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Helping First Home Buyers get organised

August 17, 2014

Blog: Helping First Home Buyers Get Organised. Being a First Home Buyer is both an exciting and scary time. Our role is to help at every stage of the process. Some steps can be taken before the home ownership journey begins. Here are some great tips on getting prepared: 1. Understand what you can afford:…

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Help with a Will

August 17, 2014

Let FinanceCorp help you with your client’s will! There is so much for a client to think about when buying and selling a property. For many of our clients, they are often overwhelmed with the amount of things that they need to be thinking about. For many years now, all of the brokers at FinanceCorp…

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Getting prepared for EOFY

August 17, 2014

Getting prepared for the EOFY The financial year has just ended. Many people see this as simply a time that they must place their tax return and receive either a bill or a refund from the Australian Tax Office (ATO). But the end of the financial year can be a really good to time to…

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FHOG July 2013

August 17, 2014

First Home Owners There is a lot of assistance available to first home owners. I have compiled some useful information for you and your clients. Is your client a first home owner? The WA State Government has put in place some measures to make home ownership more achievable for eligible first home owners. The assistance…

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FAQ Mortgage Broker

August 17, 2014

Some commonly asked questions Using a mortgage broker is something that has been around for several decades in Australia. There are some people who are still not familiar with how and why to use a broker so here are some questions that we commonly get asked. 1. What does a mortgage broker do? A mortgage…

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Credit Rating

August 17, 2014

Credit Rating We get asked a lot about credit ratings and how this will impact borrowing capacity. It can be very hard for us to provide general responses in regards to these kinds of questions. As mortgage brokers we get asked a variety of things in regards to credit ratings. Firstly, the issue of credit…

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Consolidating your Debt

August 17, 2014

Consolidating your debt In this day and age it is very easy to find yourself in a position where you have a lot of personal debt from things like credit cards, car loans, store cards and personal loans. These can all start out as being easy to manage but over time we can slowly increase…

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Considering an Offset account

August 17, 2014

For the client Blog: Have you considered an offset account: In Australia, we have become a lot more conservative when it comes to debt. We are living with lower levels of debt and are now looking for ways to become debt-free faster. So how is this possible when you are living with a mortgage? Many…

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Changes to Credit Rating System (Aug 2014)

August 17, 2014

Changes to the credit rating system We have many clients express concerns about their credit rating. Most of them are uncertain about the actual content on their credit rating. The reality is that not everything has an impact on your credit rating. On the 12th March 2014, the credit checks system is about to change.…

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Changes to Stamp Duty (Aug 2014)

August 17, 2014

Changes to Stamp Duty The WA State Government has proposed changes to the stamp duty threshold as well as the applicable concessional rates in the budget announced on the 8th May. The changes came in to effect on 3rd July 2014 The amendments to stamp duty are as follows: The first home buyer stamp duty…

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