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Australian Low Income and Disability Home Loans - Disabled ...
South Australia - Home Start Finance - There are a number of housing loans available for low income earners in South Australia.
Low Deposit Loan - HomeStart's Low Deposit Loan could be the solution to help you on your way to home ownership sooner, even if you don't have a lot of savings. The Low Deposit Loan was designed to address the needs of people on a low to moderate income who may not have...
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First home owners grant
As real estate goes off across Australia's major cities, which in turn lifts prices in the surrounding areas, trying to buy your first property in the current market is hard.
That's why it's important to look at all your options as a first home buyer, to see how you can get a foot in the door earlier. And of course one method is to purchase a home that fulfills the...
Financial help SA - South Australia money assistance
Are you finances under pressure? Are you constantly worried about? Find out what financial assistance options you may qualify for in South Australia, including; loans, bill assistance, advice, counselling and more.
There are a number of free financial services for Australians throughout SA. Whether you live in one of the bigger cities such as Adelaide, Mount Gambier or Gawler; or smaller metro...
Date: 2017-10-29 04:24:50
Loans and mortgages - Government of South Australia
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Loans and mortgages
Buying or building a home is the most expensive purchase most people will make, and many will have to take out a loan. There are many different types of loan and lenders to choose from. The two main types of lenders are banks and non-banks - eg credit unions. HomeStart Finance offers a range of loans specifically designed for low and...
Interest-only borrowers brace for mortgage crunch | afr.com
Interest-only borrowers brace for mortgage crunch
Peter Button, in front of his house on Wednesday, sold his unit in Brisbane rather than refinance.
by Duncan Hughes
Queensland property investor Peter Button "grabbed the profit and ran" when his interest-only loan expired and he realised that refinancing would trigger a hefty increase in repayments.
"I saw a refinancing issue...