After the success of our first seminar, we were back again on March 28th for another round—this time in Brisbane! It was a great turn out at Revel Brewing Co where two of our own, Colin O’Laughlin and Brad Haining, joined guest speakers Jake Morrison (Asset Legal), Simon Clarke (Setlr), and Remy Duriex (Remy Real Estate).
Buying a home is generally one of, if not the, biggest purchase of our lives. Doing thorough research into the property market is the first step along any home buyer’s journey. But for most of us — who have day jobs and other things to worry about in our lives — knowing where to start researching, or how to research,
Interest rates, interest rates, interest rates. As we continue into 2022 and the interest rates in Australia continue to climb, we’ve been getting the same question a lot from our clients lately. What are the key differences between fixed vs variable rate mortgages, and which is better for me? The Australian variable rates are currently lower than what is available
Navigating buying your first home can be tricky, especially with confusing concepts like Lender’s Mortgage Insurance (LMI) being a part of the process that no one warned you about. Often, if you get your pre-approval or finance from a bank, they’ll wave off the LMI added to your pre-approval with a line about how it’s standard practice for first-home buyers
We’ll cut to the chase — using a mortgage broker makes your life easier and puts you in the best position to be approved for finance. A good broker (like Arch – woo!) will get to know you, your situation and your goals, and then use their expertise and connections to find you a lender that works for you. But
I’ve been in the finance and banking industry for 12 years, my wife a co-founder of the company – Simone O’Loughlin has over 8 years experience. That means collectively we have over 20 years worth of experience within the industry, something we’re very proud of and feel like we’ve taken the time to learn the ins and outs to make