This week we ponder: I am buying a house with a pool. Whose responsibility is it to make sure the pool fence is legal? Mine or the seller’s?
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Work out what your minimum weekly, fortnightly or monthly repayments would be on your home loan.
How much can you borrow based on your salary and existing financial commitments.
Stamp duty adds significantly to the cost of buying a property. Find out just how much it will cost in your state or territory.
Compare two loans and determine which is the cheapest in total fees and interest.
How much time and interest can I save by paying more than my minimum repayment.
Find out how much money and time you could save by making a lump sum payment on your loan.
Calculate your repayments & total interest under different fixed & variable rate scenarios.
How much of your payment is interest and how much is principal at different stages of your loan?
What postcodes offer you affordable properties around Australia?
Take a new tack with your close friends this week and you may find that they are resources for you in ways you had not imagined. You can't...