We are entering an almost perfect storm for off-the-plan apartments, and there is a lesson here for sharemarket investors.
Brooke has paid off her apartment, now she’s been advised to buy a “proper house”. She asks Paul Clitheroe if that’s her best option.
The view that HECS debt doesn’t really matter because it isn’t expensive like credit cards or car loans is dying out as the banks tighten lending to first-home buyers.
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?
Has the voice in your head ever asked, “Where the hell is your money going?” A Real Girl’s Guide to Money by Effie Zahos has the answer.
Bill Shorten has vowed to abolish negative gearing and scrap franking credits, but how would a Labor victory hit your hip pocket?
If you struggle to find time to read personal finance books, money podcasts could be the thing for you. We’ve compiled a list of 10 personal finance podcasts, from The Property Couch to the Pineapple Project.
Right now we all see falling property prices. This is long overdue and watching the media turn from “property prices to boom” to “property prices to bust” does cause me to laugh out loud.