NewsProperty purchase vs debt repayment
posted 28 Mar 2017
There is no doubt that buying a home can be a very emotional experience. People often consider the home location, its finishes, distance to family and friends and even the property facade. There is a deep seeded need in most of us to know that we own our own home, even though in more often than not, most of that ownership is with our bank. Nonetheless buying a property is not a decision that we should be taking lightly, especially Continue Reading
At risk of having your home repossessed?
posted 13 Feb 2017
If you have a mortgage secured by your home or an investment property, then falling behind in mortgage repayments without advising the lender of your financial hardship, and renegotiation your current loan repayments, may result in your property being repossessed. While the lender’s rights to repossess a property differ for investment properties as compared to a property you actually live in (ie. your home loan), ultimately either can be repossessed if you fall into arrears with your mortgage. What does Continue Reading
New Year Debt Dilema?
posted 10 Jan 2017
Here we go again…2017 is well and truely here, and for many of you so are the traces of extragavances enjoyed by all over the preceeding few weeks. Christmas and New Year are certainly full of fun times with family and friends, trips away and exchange of presents. Unfortunately reality hits home soon enough with the arrival of credit card bills in early January. If you are unfortunate enough to be “snowed under” with out-of-control debts, not all is lost. Continue Reading
Looking for a small personal loan to consolidate debts may be a waste of time
posted 12 Oct 2016
We often hear from debt-laden individuals on the lookout for a small personal loan to consolidate their debts. They are behind in some of their repayments, credit cards are over the limit and all they can think of is to take out another small loan to tie-them-over for a few weeks when things are bound to get better…..but why? We have all been conditioned that when running short of money the best thing to do is borrow. This is of-course Continue Reading
Borrowing following a debt agreement
posted 8 Sep 2016
A decision to enter a debt agreement is usually preceeded by a period of financial difficulty and debt anxiety. Consequently few people take into consideration the impact of a debt agreement on their ability to borrow in the future. Nonetheless it is important to understand and take on board before choosing a debt solution. What is a Debt Agreement? A debt agreement is a binding agreement under Part IX of the Australian Bankruptcy Act 1966. The agreement is documented between Continue Reading
What can a Debt Agreement offer you?
posted 12 Jul 2016
Debt Agreements offer an effective debt solution for people who have significant unaffordable unsecured debt. However individuals who are on a high income or those who have a mixture of secured and unsecured debt may find that a Debt Agreement is unsuitable for their circumstances and alternative debt remedies need to be investigated. Debt agreements can have some adverse affects on the individual’s credit history and therefore a decision to enter a debt agreement should not be made lightly. What Continue Reading
Common mistakes in using credit cards
posted 20 Jun 2016
Credit cards are not at all the “evil” they are made out to be in the media. I like using credit cards and do so regularly. The problem is not in the credit cards themselves, but rather in how they are being used and misused. Lets consider the analogy of a knife – we all use it for cooking and it is a great implement. However some misuse it by using it as a weapon against others. The problem is Continue Reading
Experiencing Mortgage Hardship?
posted 10 May 2016
Given the recent downwards movement in interest rates, many borrowers have been fully focused on paying down their mortgages as fast as possible to give themselves an equity buffer in case something goes wrong. However if you have recently lost your job, experienced a business downturn, or a period of unforeseen illness there is something that you can do to protect you and your family from loosing your home or going bankrupt. Speak to Your Lender The first step to Continue Reading
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