If you're wanting to secure a mortgage while you’re self-employed then listen up as this blog is for you! If you are self-employed and have a self-employed income; you may be wondering; how can I make the bank see that I actually have enough income to pay my bills so I that can afford a mortgage?
If you're trying to get the maximum amount of home loan interest savings and are wanting some certainty around your mortgage repayments, you may be wanting to fix it. But how long should you fix it for? In this article, we’re going to give you four pro tips to help you figure out how long to fix your mortgage for so that you can get the maximum amount of savings on your mortgage repayments as possible, so that you can outsmart the bank when it comes to refixing your mortgage. Pro tip number four is going to save you hundreds of thousands of dollars, so pay close attention to this one!
If you’re looking to ditch your old bank, get lower mortgage repayments and possibly save hundreds of thousands of dollars in home loan interest but are wondering how to do it, then keep on reading. In this article, we’ll give you the 7 steps on how to refinance your mortgage so you can save the most time, stress and money when it comes to refinancing your mortgage.
Securing a mortgage is usually the most significant financial commitment you’ll ever make, and it sticks with us for 30 odd years! From early adulthood when we're just starting to build our careers, to the midlife years when we might be considering a bigger family home, and finally to retirement when our housing needs change once again. In this article, we’ll talk you through how to structure your mortgage during the different stages of your life and the pros and cons of each of these structures.
Many kiwis are currently in the process of refinancing their home loans. With interest rates still on the rise, you may be wondering if your current home loan is still right for you. Learn about the different types of home loans you can apply for whether you’re looking for more flexibility, more certainty or a mixture of both.
When will interest rates go down in the current market? In this article, we’ll give you three tips on how to predict whether interest rates are going to go up or down.
When it comes to home loans there are so many different options for rates. Which home loan rate is best for my situation? Do I go fixed, floating or interest only? Learn about the different home loan rates and which option may be best for you and your family and how to use these rates to your advantage.
In this article, you’ll learn whether or not you should be refinancing and three points to consider before you move that might help put some extra money in your wallet.
The housing market is receiving a lot of media attention at the moment as house prices continue to fall and interest rates continue to rise. This article aims to give you some context to New Zealand’s (and Wellington’s) current housing market and will talk through the three main points you may be considering before buying your first home that might be keeping you on the fence.
Learn the difference between refixing a mortgage, restructuring a mortgage and refinancing a mortgage. We’ll also teach you why these terms are so important and how they can apply to your mortgage to help you save more money on interest and help you pay off your mortgage a lot faster.