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Should I team up with a family member to purchase my first home

If you’re single or in the position where you might not have quite enough borrowing capacity to purchase your first home, then you might need to consider “Property Share” but what is it and how does it work?

Do You Want Your Kids to Move out and Buy Their Own Home?

Many first home owners are on good incomes but struggle to get a big enough deposit together to purchase their first home. Luckily with the help of a loving parent/s, there is a way of getting a home loan, without needing the massive deposit.

6 Things All First Home Buyers Should Know

  • Posted Tuesday, January 17, 2017 by PEB Finance - Dave Caffarelli
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Preparation...check. Paperwork...check. Approval...check...now let the fun of moving into your first home begin. Buying your first home can be an exciting process and with a little planning and behind the scenes knowledge, the process can happen sooner rather than later.

Real Estate Cheat Sheet

If buying or selling for the first time, you might be bamboozled by all the real estate jargon bandied about. Here is an A-Z guide to what it all means.

Why should I have an offset account?

With interest rates at an historical low, now could be the time to make the most of your disposable income and pay off your mortgage sooner with an offset savings account.