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‘Strong trend’: Equifax mortgage data signals market correction or does it?

The following article with the title; “‘Strong trend’; Equifax mortgage data signals market correction” appeared this morning on www.mortgagebusiness.com.au and it got me thinking. Is the article correct or is there another reason for the reduced number of loan applications? As a Broker myself and Mentor to many other Brokers it didn’t take me long […]

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They Have Arrived!

Mortgages Demystified, the book that I have been writing for the past couple of years has just arrived from the printers! There is a special offer for those of you who order it online at www.mortgagesdemystified.com.au You will find more information about the book there too and you can always give me a call on 0417 […]

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It’s Done!

This post is from my good friend and Mentor, Warwick Merry: See Warwick’s original blog post here There is nothing like seeing your name in print. It is even better when it is on a body of work that contributes to the lives of others. The book above, Mortgages Demystified, has been a labour of […]

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Mortgages Demystified

It’s finally here! www.mortgagesdemystified.com.au Andrew has written this straight forward, no nonsense book to show you what you need to do to get the finance you need and the finance you want, all while minimising your risk. No jargon, no patronising, just simple down to earth explanations of how the industry works and what you […]

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STOP THE VIOLENCE It doesn’t matter to me what colour your skin is, what religion you practice or what football team you follow; please just show some courtesy and respect for your fellow human. The latest terrorist attacks in London have again been linked to a religion but I say it would be far more […]

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Softer housing market no confirmation of peak

Although new figures from CoreLogic point to softer housing market conditions, researchers from the firm have refrained from declaring that the market has peaked. Results for the CoreLogic Home Value Index for May have shown a month-on-month drop of 1.1% for combined capital city dwelling values, which was largely due to falls in Sydney and […]

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