NEWS & INSIGHTS

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    No two lenders are the same when it comes to new builds

    Building a new home is more popular than ever, as evidenced by Mays strong building consent data. Aside from the obvious benefits of getting something brand new and just how you like it the demand is supported particularly among first home buyers with exemptions from LVR restrictions and elig...

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    Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's a pre-approval!

    ​Your x-ray vision has showed you some properties you’d like to buy. And you’re ready to move faster than the speed of light. But, even your sharp senses aren’t telling you just how much you can borrow… And, uncertainty and lack of confidence are a buyer’s kryptonite! Enter your super power in th...

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    First home buyers continue to make inroads

    The market continues to breathe a sigh of relief as the prospect of capital gains tax fades into the rearview mirror, while first home buyers put their best foot forward taking full advantage of a loosening in LVR regulations and low interest rates.

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    The market recovers a little as fear of capital gains tax subsides

    The market continues to breathe a sigh of relief as the prospect of capital gains tax fades into the rearview mirror, while first home buyers put their best foot forward taking full advantage of a loosening in LVR regulations and low interest rates.

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    5 advantages of referral partners

    One sure-fire way to grow your business is to find referral partners. Here are some of the advantages…

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    Speed up your loan payments and save $$$

    Sometimes the tectonic weight of a home loan exerts nearly enough pressure to create diamonds from worries. And debt moving south at a glacial pace, has you questioning the home buying journey.

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    Developing your property portfolio

    ​There’s no place like home. More so when you own! As a member of the mortgage club, you might be wondering what your next steps should be.

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    The current/future state of NZ house prices

    ​Whether it’s tea leaves in the bottom of your cup, the behaviour of the birds, or the slightly hesitant tap of a gavel; the property market is trying to tell us something. The folks at Quotable Value (QV), who trust plain old numbers, are saying Auckland’s prices are declining, while NZ’s in gen...

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    Jacinda scraps capital gains tax. Now what?

    Has Jacinda changed her mind? After spending a decade or so campaigning for capital gains tax (CGT) to “make our tax system fairer”, it’s no longer on the PM’s to-do list. The Tax Working Group suggested CGT in February. Anyone who made a profit selling assets like residential rental homes, inves...

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    Are you self-employed and looking for a loan?

    Becoming your own boss is definitely taking off and appeals to many because of its flexibility and the chance to make a living doing what you really love. While there are many perks to working for yourself, there are also some downsides, such as the potential difficulty in getting a loan when you...

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    Buying a home? 5 helpful tips

    News of the current property market reads with the air of something akin to Robert Lewis Stevenson’s famous novel “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”. Akin, because there are two different scenarios - a good, and a bad - being reported within the same market.

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    Finding finance for self-employed clients

    Becoming your own boss is definitely a rising trend and while there are many perks to working for yourself, there are also some downsides, such as the potential difficulty in getting a loan when you really need one.

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    Rate decisions: who makes them, how and why?

    The Reserve Bank of NZ (RBNZ) is our central bank. It makes the call on whether interest rates move up or down. These movements greatly influence our economy and control inflation, which is very important. Let’s take a look.