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Ian Robinson

Property Investment Tips - 0 views

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    Like all investments it pays to do your homework before you take the plunge into property investment. But even with uncertainties around interest rates, a sound strategy can pay off. The shortage of rental properties, combined with rising prices in most markets, means that if you choose the right property and make sure you keep a close eye on your investment, you could reap the rewards. Here are 7 property investment tips to help you get the most from your investment: Take a long term view Choose the right investment property Consider positive vs negative gearing Consider using existing equity in any other property you own Consider buying with friends and family Choose the right investment property loan tailored to your current needs Seek professional advice If you want to find out more, contact your local Mortgage Choice broker to get help in finding the most suitable investment property loan for you.
Ian Robinson

Win $20,000 a month - 1 views

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    In assisting Queensland to overcome a slump in its economic activity, one bank (Suncorp Bank) is giving six lucky home loan customers the chance to win $20,000 a month over the next six months with the new Home Loan Mega Boost promotion All you need to do is to apply for a building loan with our office over the next six months and have that loan approved and you are in the draw for the monthly prize. Oh, and ask us about the special rates that also apply with this promotion. Call our office on 5474 4100 at anytime, seven days a week. Terms and conditions apply: suncorp.com.au/megaboost
Ian Robinson

Save an average of $6500 in the next 10 days - 0 views

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    Its finally happening! Queensland's long running Stamp Duty Concession-fest is about to be scuttled and locals will now pay full tote for stamp duty again, following the Queensland Governments Budget announcement in May. You have until the end of the month of July to purchase a property to still be eligible to receive the concession. If you fail to buy by that date then any future purchases will cost you more in duty. Click on the image to view three and a half minutes of that - along with a snapshot of what else is happening in 'mortgage-land'.
Ian Robinson

Are interest rates coming down? - 0 views

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    The July 5th announcement by the RBA to leave rates on hold for the 7th consecutive month came as no surprise to me. Inflation figures have proved what I have been saying all the time, "that we are not in as good a shape as the RBAthinks we are". But thats not all bad, we have been saving..so the money is still there.
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