BUYING TO LET
John Collett Record-low interest rates have been driving property prices higher. But borrowing won’t always be cheap and, if you’re thinking of buying to let, you will need to tread carefully.
Emily Chantiri It is never too early to start investing, but one strategy does not suit all.
Melissa Browne Let me share my tips for safely navigating the treacherous waters of the property market.
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.
Mark Bouris Informed borrowers make better choices, so here are another 10 mortgage myths we can bust:
Clancy Yeates Margin lending is growing for the first time since the stimulus-induced sharemarket surge of 2009, as investors seek to capitalise on record low interest rates and rising stock prices.
Clancy Yeates Although we love complaining about the big banks, satisfaction with them has climbed to almost 80 per cent
Volatile investment markets and question marks over property values are making line-of-credit loans less popular and potentially harder to unwind for those who have one.
Peter Cerexhe And so the cash rate fell on Melbourne Cup day. Summer is fast approaching, the great race was exciting and, after a year of interest rate stasis, the gates opened at last for the Cup and the cut.
Barbara Drury Buying a family home or investment property is a significant financial commitment, so it makes sense to share the burden with some form of joint ownership.