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Anouska Linz from State Custodians

Anouska Linz

Anouska Linz is Manager, Online Sales at State Custodians and has over 10 years’ experience in financial services, both in broking and banking. Holding a bachelors degree in accounting, Anouska quickly discovered a love for mortgage lending and assisting people to achieve their home ownership goals. She leads a team of highly experienced lending specialists who are passionate about finding lending solutions which result in real wins for the customer. She is also a massive netball fan.

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  • 04 Jul 2014
    Protect yourself from being Gazumped

    Gazumping sounds like something that might happen during a board game, but in reality it can be extremely distressing for buyers in the property market.

  • 27 Jun 2014
    What is your borrowing power?

    Having a clear understanding of what your borrowing power is before house hunting will help give you a realistic idea on what property you can afford to buy.

  • 20 Jun 2014
    Are you charging the right amount for rent?

    Calculating rent is an extremely important part of being a property investor. Charging too much or too little can have a damaging effect on your rental return, so it is worth taking the time to get it right.

  • 05 Jun 2014
    What Scares Potential Home Buyers Away?

    Are you having trouble attracting potential home buyers to your property? There are simple changes you can make that will improve the look and feel of your property to make it a more attractive option to buyers.

  • 29 May 2014
    Which Type of Gearing is best for you?

    There are several types of gearing available. All of them involve a loan in some form or another, but it may not be a loan that you are directly involved in. Gearing is a term which means borrowing to invest. Gearing allows people to be abl ...

  • 22 May 2014
    Tips to improve first impression appeal for your property

    Underestimating the power of first impression appeal can be a big mistake for sellers. A buyer’s first opinion of a property could not only impact their decision to enquire further, it could also stop them from just going inside.

  • 15 May 2014
    Strategies for paying off your home loan faster

    Putting extra money towards your home loan cannot only reduce your mortgage term, but you could save a substantial amount of money on interest.

  • 05 May 2014
    The risks of breaking a fixed rate mortgage

    Fixed rate home loans can be beneficial for mortgage holders as they provide stability. However, some are now looking to break their home loan to take advantage of the record low interest rates. But is it worth it?

  • 28 Apr 2014
    Credit card no-no’s

    The use of credit cards is a bitter sweet concept. Although they can help you purchase items now, rather than later, it can be risky as it gives the illusion that you have money, when you may not.

  • 21 Apr 2014
    Different ways you can refinance your mortgage

    Refinancing can be beneficial for borrowers, but did you know there are different ways you can refinance your home loan? Take a look at the strategies below to see which one would suit you.

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