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  • On the Way Out

    Exit fees are the costs you face to get out of your home loan. They're a fact of life. They can be complicated, confusing and expensive. Your Mortgage looks at exit fees and what ... Read more

  • Which property?

    You've qualified for tens of thousands of dollars in incentives from the boosted First Home Owner Grant. Now, the question is: where should you spend it? Kit Kadlec reports Read more

  • Editor's choice

    While the comparison rate can be a useful tool, Your Mortgage has gone even further and developed its own method to uncover the true cost of a mortgage. Read more

  • Refinancing myths and reality checks

    Genavieve Zoeller looks at the most common refinancing myths and shows you how to avoid them Read more

  • Smart refinancing strategies

    If you're not getting a competitive deal, moving to a new loan or new lender could be on the cards. Sarah Megginson reveals practical tips to ensure you come out ahead when refinan ... Read more

  • The Refinancing Dilemma

    Interest rates have fallen dramatically, making it a good time to refinance your mortgage, right? It depends on which experts you ask. Kit Kadlec reports on what signs you should l ... Read more

  • Can’t afford to buy your first home? Maybe you can!

    The Australian government has laid out massive incentives hoping to make home ownership more attractive – and attainable – to first-time buyers, who were previously outpriced. In s ... Read more

  • Where are home loan rates headed?

    We asked our panel of Australia's leading economists and mortgage industry experts to give their recommendations on where they think the average standard variable rate will be at t ... Read more

  • To fix, or not to fix...

    Without the benefit of a crystal ball to gaze into, there's no way of knowing where interest rates will go in the next two years. Read more

  • Home loan rates:

    Where will the average standard variable interest rate be by the end of May 2009? And should borrowers consider fixing or stay variable? Read more

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