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Building a House? Here’s what you need to look for in the build contract.

Congratulations! You’re thinking about building a house! Building the house of your dreams is a very exciting time, but it can also be extremely stressful. There are so many details to get your head around and about 1,000 ways you can get yourself into financial trouble (or end up with a home you don’t want). [ Read More ]

MMO in the Media: Canberra Weekly Edition 14 March 2019

Thanks to the Canberra Weekly team for sharing our story.   You can read the full article here.   

Comprehensive Credit Reporting: What is it?

Many of us pay our bills on time to avoid late fees and a bad credit rating. But things have changed. Find out about Comprehensive Credit Reporting here.

MMO in the Media: Canberra CityNews 7 March 2019

Thanks to the team at City News for featuring our story.   You can read the full article here.     

5 Ways to Improve your Home Without Increasing Loan Repayments

Here are 5 things you could do right now to make your house more saleable come Spring time.

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Higher interest rates, increased fees, less flexibility and fewer options. What can you do to ensure your borrowing future doesn’t look like this?

Lack of transparency around bank-offered rate discounts is costing borrowers money

Borrowers who don’t shop around due to the banks’ unclear pricing tactics are losing out on an average of $850 a year, an ACCC report has found.

Are you thinking of switching to a fixed rate home loan? – Feb 2019

Anyone thinking about locking into a fixed rate loan will generally spend a little time considering the future movement of interest rates. Below we share some tools that can provide insight into what interest rates are expected to do over the short-medium term. We’re currently looking at what these tools may be indicating and share [ Read More ]

APRA removes Interest-Only restrictions

On 1 January, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) removed its restrictions on interest-only residential mortgage lending for lenders. Why has this happened and how is it likely to impact lending overall?

Increasing numbers of borrowers are turning to mortgage brokers

During the September 2018 quarter, mortgage brokers settled an unprecedented 59.1% of all residential home loans. That’s up from 53.6% in 2016 and 55.7 per cent in 2017 over the same period. Here’s why that’s good news for you.


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