Alice has $60,000 for her first home sitting in a high-interest savings account. She asks Paul Clitheroe if she would be better off investing the money.
Matt has worked hard to save $200,000 and doesn’t want to lose it by investing in the wrong property. That’s where Paul Clitheroe comes in.
Banks are blacklisting suburbs where they’re not keen to lend, where borrowers face tougher hurdles to get a mortgage and have to stump up a bigger deposit.
We put all our savings into a deposit to buy our dream home, now the bank’s desktop valuation came in $25,000 less than what we paid for the property.
Here are six ways to slash your spending and save up for your future home.
When does a parent’s generosity stop? When does that generosity become detrimental to our own finances? It’s very hard to draw a line in the sand. It is also a question I get from a lot of my retired clients.
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