Before the recent federal election, both the Coalition and Labor vowed to support a new scheme helping first home buyers. Here’s how it could help you.
Pam is expecting a $30,000 windfall. Is she better off stashing it in her offset account, or saving for her next property? Paul Clitheroe shares his advice.
Buyers using the First Home Super Saver Scheme can now enter into a contract without having to wait for cash to be released from their super fund first.
After barely making ends meet, Rachel has a new job and an abundance of extra money she would like to put towards her first home. But where should she save her deposit?
First home buyers are now competing with fewer investors and require lower deposits, but there are still costly mistakes they must avoid.
We answer your top questions about buying property with the First Home Super Saver scheme.
Interest rates are so low that Theo’s money is going backwards. He asks Paul Clitheroe where he should put his cash while saving for a deposit.
At its worst, the First Home Super Saver Scheme is likely to drive up demand, leaving families either more indebted or still locked out.