The Fun of Blogging!

The Fun of Blogging!

Thanks to everyone that has commented on my new blog. It is making it even more fun. It has been said that I like to get my opinion accross and now I have the ultimate platform. Thanks everyone I have also been found by Technorati.com… WOOHOO! <a href=”http://technorati.com/claim/hiw39egmi” rel=”me”>Technorati Profile</a> Tags: Technorati.com Related posts Graham […]

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Mortgage Industry Reforms, “Getting the shonks out of the system”

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I received a link to a story from www.news.com.au earlier today and read with interest. The story, written by Karina Barrymore, explains some of the intended reforms to the financial sector which includes the Mortgage Industry. As yet, I have not seen the Green Paper but will read it cover to cover when i get […]

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First Home Buyers Now Set To Save An Extra $9500!

Graham Doessel, Founder and CEO of Mortgage Now comments on the Queensland Budget and in particular the fact that First Home Buyers Now Set To Save An Extra $9500.

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Self Employed New Australians Buying Into A Franchise

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 Self Employed New Australians Alex and Shirl are happily married with two older children. They wanted to refinance and consolidate their existing debts and raise additional funds to buy into a franchised business. Alex and Shirl emigrated from Europe a little over 2 years ago. Since arriving in Australia, Both Alex and Shirl have been […]

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Should I pay the home loan?

So, you’ve bought your dream home and got a mortgage, got the nice car, sometimes two of them, the kids are in great schools, you enjoy pay TV, go out occasionally, nothing too extravigent, all in all, life is ok…. AND THEN IT HAPPENS One of you lose your job or go on extended sick leave, […]

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Seniors don’t get a break in the 2008 Australian Federal Budget!

   Well Mr Rudd seems to be making life a little harder for Senior Australians.  From the first of July this year (2008) Australian seniors will be eligible for the Senior Australian Tax Offsets.   This will allow Australian seniors to earn up to $28,867.00 as a single person and up to $24,680 per person for a […]

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