David Potts It's more about when, rather than where, the credit's due that should worry you.
Nina Hendy Over-the-top colour choices are out and conservative hues are in as car buyers seek to maximise resale value.
Mark Bouris Informed borrowers make better choices, so here are another 10 mortgage myths we can bust:
JOHN COLLETT It's all there in the small print - but customers who pay off most of their debt face getting hit with all of the interest payment.
Mark Bouris I've noticed a number of myths and misconceptions that keep coming up about mortgages, so I thought I would address the 10 most common.
David Potts US economist Harry Dent is on a mission, frightening the bejesus out of anyone who owns property.
BUBBLE TO POP?
JOHN COLLETT We should brace ourselves for a spectacular collapse in home prices, an American economist claims.
Christine Long Need some breathing space from heavy interest charges on your credit card debts? A balance transfer deal could be the answer.
Penny Pryor Skip a payment, repent at leisure - from next month your past will become more public.
CLANCY YEATES Banks are competing fiercely to sign up more customers in anticipation of stronger credit growth. This means many are offering cut-price home loans
Mark Bouris With low interest rates forcing competition among lenders, price is not the only factor.
Melissa Browne Let me share my tips for safely navigating the treacherous waters of the property market.
Emily Chantiri It is never too early to start investing, but one strategy does not suit all.
JOHN COLLETT American economist Harry S. Dent jnr says we should fear a future crash in the Chinese housing market.
CLANCY YEATES You wouldn't guess it but almost two-thirds of households don't have a mortgage.
Barbara Drury As house prices soar, first-time buyers are calling in the big guns - mum and dad.
Noel Whittaker We earn a combined salary of $160,000 a year and are starting a family soon. What is the best way to manage our $680,000 home loan?
CLANCY YEATES With interest rates staying at low, low levels for at least another two months, is now a good time to lock in a fixed-rate mortgage?
David Wilson If there is one thing that riles Australians more than the taxman, it's banks. Here are seven tell-tale signs it is time for you to stop being a doormat.
David Wilson Doctors and lawyers are especially prone to it but everyone is at risk from money addiction.