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Buyers Beware

Caveat Emptor – Let the Buyer Beware The phrase caveat emptor is Latin for “Let the Buyer Beware”. When you buy a property these two words can be very important. Once you have purchased your property there is often little you can do if there is something…

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Manage Your Loan

Once you have purchased your property, proper tracking and management of your home loan can save you a lot of money. Putting a little extra away Putting a little extra onto the repayments referred to as a “lump sum” can be very beneficial. You can…

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Interest Rates

The following information about interest rates and loans is provided for your information only. This information does not constitute advice from mmf finance & consulting. When considering interest rates and loans you should carefully consider…

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Finance Your Dream Home

Finding your dream home isn’t easy. It takes preparation, searching and a lot of patience. Below are some tips to help you. Where to start Speak with your MMF Finance Representative before you start looking for that home or investment…

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12 Steps to Buy a New Home

Step 1 Always have your solicitor/conveyancing service review the Contract of Sale. Some things to consider include: * If you are borrowing to purchase the property make sure the contract has a clause…

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First Home Buyers

You may be eligible for the First Home Owner Grant. The First Home Owner Grant applied from 1 July 2000. Each State and Territory Revenue Office is responsible for administrating the grant in their respective jurisdictions. NSW 1300 130 624…

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As a small business owner for five years, obtaining finance for a new office building for our architectural practice appeared to be a daunting process from the outset. I managed to obtain referrals from various colleagues and went through a stage of meeting with several brokers. From our initial meeting, Brett very rapidly developed an understanding of the nature of how our business operated, by asking a series of direct and educated questions. I found this understanding of our business to be a significant key in the recommendations Brett made with respect to the available finance options. This was the factor which eventually helped us choose our finance broker. Wolveredge Architect