With Autumn nearing its end, you may be heading out to find the perfect property. To help you better understand taking out a loan, we’ve put together some tips on the pre-approval process.
Autumn is also a great time to start planning the second half of the year.
In this edition, we discuss potential ways you could pay off your home loan sooner and start your property investment portfolio.
We also explore how we could help you with your commercial and asset finance needs.
Whatever you’re after, we’re here to help. Enjoy!
Any questions please feel free to contact Bez Esquivel.
In this issue:
How to pay off your home loan sooner
Are you looking for ways to save on your mortgage? Try some of these tips….. READ MORE
How brokers can help: commercial & asset finance
If you’re looking to finance your business, a broker can help you find and secure…..READ MORE
Avoid confusion about home loan pre-approvals
Confused about home loan pre-approvals? Here’s everything you need to know before you start house hunting….READ MORE
Understanding your borrowing capacity
Being approved for a home loan is an exciting moment. But it’s important to understand your borrowing capacity before you commit to a mortgage….READ MORE
How to purchase an investment property
If you’re interested in becoming a property investor, it can be hard to know where to start….READ MORE
The property market: looking back on 2016
Thinking about buying a house this year? Before you start exploring property listings, brush up on your knowledge….READ MORE
We can help you, contact us for more information.
- Get a home loan
- Reassess your current loan
- Re-finance your existing loan
- Find a commercial or business loan
- Consolidate debt and free up equity
Abbotts Finance Brokers – ACL 467436.
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