The Credit Score Blog
A blog about mortgages, loans, interest rates, tips and tricks.
Long gone are the days of Holden vs Ford. These days it’s all about the SUV vs the great Australian ute. So which vehicle type topped the list in 2020?
Go on, have a guess!
While you were kicking your feet up over the festive season, did you flick open your phone and scroll through real estate listings in your dream location? If so, you might’ve noticed there were fewer properties for sale than usual. Here’s why.
Don’t worry, ‘the one’ might be just around the corner
Whenever we think of New Year’s resolutions, the first thing that comes to mind is a health kick. But here are three (easy) New Year’s resolutions that’ll help improve your financial wellbeing in 2021 (and not a diet or boot camp in sight!).
Well, that was a year for the history books. Time to start looking forward, we reckon! And the good news is 2021 offers plenty of promise.
So what’s your New Year’s resolution?
To all our wonderful clients: this has been a year like no other, so we can only hope that you’re treated to a relaxing time with family and friends this festive season.
How comfortable do you feel leaving your home unattended when you go on holidays? Turns out that those who know their neighbours best have more peace of mind.
Might be time to wander over and introduce yourself if you haven’t already.
‘Tis the season to be jolly, but it’s important to not get too carried away when using ‘buy now, pay later’ providers to fund that festive spirit.
That’s because one-in-five users struggle to make their repayments, new research has found.
The finance industry has a bunch of acronyms and abbreviations that can make the home buying process a little confusing. But they’re not as difficult to understand as you might think. Take our short quiz to see how many you can answer!
RBA keeps official interest rates on hold.
Stamp duty: two of the most dreaded words in the world of property and finance.
Fortunately, NSW and Victoria have unveiled some big changes to the inefficient tax this week, and there’s hope it’ll inspire other states to review their own stamp duty arrangements.