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RBA leaves rates on hold at the first meet of 2017

The Reserve Bank of Australia didn't move the official cash rate at the first meeting of 2017. Meanwhile, many lenders have been adjusting their interest rates outside of RBA movements this summer.

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Interest Rate Update

The RBA decided to keep the official cash rate on hold at 2.0% today, but what's to come?

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New Road Wear Launch!

This spring we want to inspire you to keep pedalling! Find out how you can get our new high tech kit, worth over $700, for free...

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The mortgage broking process…

So you’re interested in getting on the property ladder – but what steps should you take next?

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What is stamp duty?

In a nutshell, stamp duty is a tax imposed by the government when you purchase a property. Nothing to do with postage!

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Where Are Interest Rates Heading in 2018?

WHY RATES INCREASED IN 2017 // WHAT'S HAPPENING NOW // HOW THE BANKS MAY DETERMINE RATES IN THE FUTURE.. Spoiler - Think Black Mirror!

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Our view on the Investment Landscape - April 2015

It’s been a big 12 months for Australian economics, the Government and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Australian growth forecasts are continually being revised downwards, and this looks like it will continue as things are not improving.

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10 Things To Consider When Developing

As he nears completion of his second project, Mortgage Broker, Dan Corran, shares his experiences and insight on home builds and small development projects.

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How To Prepare For A Property Sale

Should You Renovate Before Selling? When's the Best Time Of Year To Sell? What Should You Look For In An Agent? Auction or Private Sale? Director of Marshall White Brighton, Kate Strickland gives her expert opinions.

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Stamp Duty Reductions for First Home Buyers

First Home Buyers rejoice! From 1 July 2017 Stamp Duty was abolished for Victorian First Home Buyers purchasing up to $600,000 and phased in on a sliding scale for purchases between $600,001 and $750,000!

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The Conveyancing Guide - Part Two

Read on to find out the key differences in the level of training, experienceand what each can offer you throughout the conveyancing process. ..

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