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03 Jun 2015
Banking turned on its head?
How many times have we heard that?
02 Jun 2015
I don’t want to downsize: what are my options?
You don’t have to downsize the home you’ve lived in your whole adult life to free up cash to provide an income in retirement or help children gather a deposit to buy their first home.
27 May 2015
So this is what they mean by retirement.
19 May 2015
Mortgages for the retired (but not redundant yet)
Getting a mortgage after the age of 65 is becoming harder after mortgage rules brought in last year (2014) – but mortgage brokers can help retired borrowers find a common sense solution.
15 May 2015
What a shower!
Why is it that once we pass a certain age we are somehow seen as unable to make sensible, informed financial decisions?
01 May 2015
State intervention, market forces and localism
Perhaps if one of the major political parties wins a majority next week we might get the political and legislative will to address the housing crisis.
30 Apr 2015
Mortgage rates and fees: beware the overall cost
A mortgage rate war with lenders in a race to the bottom can be a dangerous thing if unwitting borrowers don’t look closely enough at the impact fees have on the overall cost of the loan.
24 Apr 2015
Never a better time to hide proper news
Hands up if you’d like to spend a day away from election news. Yes, I thought so.
20 Apr 2015
To the moron, block 104, row w, seat 144.
At the risk of being cast as Victor Meldrew, a charge often made by my family, I think that with this one, right is on my side.
17 Apr 2015
5 Ways Young Adults Can Manage Their Finances.
With a car stuffed full of bedding, cutlery and other essentials, my 19 year old son left home to set up home in his first rented property
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