Tuesday, 23rd April 2019
Why use a 'Mortgage Broker'?

Why use a 'Mortgage Broker'?

  • Mrs Mortgage
  • 7th April, 2019
Mortgage Opinions and Views

Why do property buyers use a mortgage broker to find their finance?

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Want To Buy a Home - What do Banks & Lenders Consider?

Want To Buy a Home - What do Banks & Lenders Consider?

  • Mrs. Mortgage
  • 27th January, 2019
Mortgage Opinions and Views

There are a number of factors a lender will consider when you ask for a home loan. Knowing what they are looking for can increase your chances of being approved.

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How redraw works and why it’s a handy loan feature

How redraw works and why it’s a handy loan feature

  • Mrs. Mortgage
  • 27th January, 2019
Mortgage Opinions and Views

It's one of the less glamorous home loan features, but the redraw facility deserves a second look. Here’s why:

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Sub - Zero Interest Rates the 'Effect'

Sub - Zero Interest Rates the 'Effect'

  • Mrs. Mortgage
  • 11th January, 2019
Mortgage Opinions and Views

The reason why some central banks have imposed a zero interest rate and the potential impacts to investors and borrowers if the same were to happen in Australia

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Reclaiming your money from the government

Reclaiming your money from the government

  • Jennifer M Schelbert
  • 11th January, 2019
Mortgage Opinions and Views

Lost Billions

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Mentoring - Mortgage Broker

Mentoring - Mortgage Broker

  • Mrs. Mortgage
  • 11th January, 2019
Mortgage Opinions and Views

Mentoring Starting a career in Mortgage Broking - Mrs Mortgage might be the place for you!

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The relationship between interest rates and housing affordability

The relationship between interest rates and housing affordability

  • Jennifer M Schelbert
  • 11th January, 2019
Mortgage Opinions and Views

This article uses a comparison between 2011 and 2016 to determine the effect of falling interest rates on average property prices in Australia. It also takes into account wage changes over that time and what could lead to mortgage stress.

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Should you refinance your current home loan or stick to your existing one?

Should you refinance your current home loan or stick to your existing one?

  • Mrs. Mortgage
  • 17th December, 2018
Mortgage Opinions and Views

This can be a difficult choice to make. Just because a better rate is available doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll end up saving money by switching home loans with your current lender or a new lender. However, if you do it right, you could end up saving large sums of money

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About the Author

Mrs Mortgage is, in fact, a real, live person better known to her friends as Jennifer Schelbert.

Jennifer is a director of Mrs Mortgage and is also a licensee of Choice Aggregation Services - she is also a full member of the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA).

Jennifer Schelbert Credit Representative number 398747 of Mrs Mortgage Corporate Credit Representative number 396742 (ACN 063 827 216) of BLSSA Pty Ltd (Australian Credit License No. 391237)

Disclaimer: This document is for information purposes only, and must not be relied upon as a substitute for professional services or legal advice.


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