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How to get a home loan when you’re a discharged bankrupt?

Bankruptcy can be life-changing, but it doesn’t mean you can never get a home loan. Bankruptcy is not designed as a punishment. It is more like a financial “reset button.” It is there to help Australians who, through no fault of their own, find themselves in a...

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8 things to consider when choosing a Construction Loan

If you want to update your existing property or you want a house customised to your needs and preferences, building a house instead of buying one can be a good choice. If you’re looking to do this, then a construction loan is the finance tool you need.   What is...

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Buying your First Home – Where do you start?

We outline six steps worth taking in your home buying journey so you can purchase your first home with confidence. For many people, buying their first home will be the biggest purchase they ever make. And not knowing just where to start can feel a bit overwhelming....

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Borrowers & Brokers rocked by ‘messy’ mortgage market

Tighter credit and changing lending policies are creating confusion and complexity in the third-party channel as brokers receive conflicting messages from bank BDMs and credit assessors on prime mortgage deals. Fears are growing about a potential “credit crunch” that...

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Go Mortgage wins at the 2018 Australian Broking Awards

The Australian Broking Awards are the benchmark for excellence in mortgage broking. Since 2011, the awards have celebrated professionalism, best practice and innovation in mortgage broking, and are the most sought-after award for Australia’s brokers, brokerages,...

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Banking Royal Commission – Friend or Foe ?

The royal commission would make a great television comedy if it wasn’t so sad. At the heart of this week’s hearings are stories of shattered dreams and the harsh reality of failure. There are really only two archetypes in Hayne’s melodrama: heroes and villains. It’s a...

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