At its first meeting of 2014 the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decided to leave the cash rate at 2.50 per cent for the sixth consecutive month, the longest period of interest rate stability since 2007.
Twenty thirteen. A change of government, a bouncy dollar and a consistently low cash rate made for a financially interesting year. Here’s a home finance snapshot of the year that was.
While you want to keep the kids occupied these school holidays, you don’t want to break the bank with expensive outings. Check out these top tips for keeping your kids and your wallet happy.
There are lots of reasons to refinance your home loan as your personal and finance goals change over time. Part of making sure it’s a good time to refinance is determining that you’re ready to do it.
At it’s final board meeting of 2013, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decided to leave interest rates unchanged at 2.5 per cent for the fourth consecutive month.
Summer is a great time to renew and refresh your home – inside and out – to herald in the warmer weather and longer days. There are some fun interior trends on the rise. Here are some that you can easily incorporate into your home this summer.
When the reality of having a mortgage hits, don’t panic, there are plenty of ways to reduce it quickly. Your home loan doesn’t have to feel like a weight hanging over your head for the next thirty years – here are some tips.
December is here, decorations are up and it’s time to start planning presents and menus. The pavlova is an Australian favourite so we hope Bill Granger’s recipe from the OzHarvest cookbook inspires you this Christmas.
Christmas is a time of year to enjoy the company of friends and family, often by entertaining them in your home. To create a bit of festive fun, update the look of your home with these festive home decor ideas for spaces large and small.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has left the cash rate on hold for a third consecutive month as the economy continues to rebalance itself after the mining boom.