Cairns Home Loans
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John Watts

There is a lot of media hype about out-of-cycle interest rate movements but little in the way of explanation. We have fielded many questions from clients about why lenders are moving their interest rates out of cycle with the RBA and what it means for home owners.

Our page two article attempts to answer these questions by explaining the case for both sides of the argument. To understand more about this topic, your mortgage broker is always a good person to turn to for reliable unbiased advice.

In this issue we also look at how to build equity in your home loan quickly - page 3 - and the changing face of the Aussie household - below. Our page 4 article explores the topic of empathy and how important it is for effective relationships and communication




John Watts
Director

Cairns Home Loans
140 Mulgrave Rd
Cairns QLD 4870

Tel: 07 4041 3100
Mob: 0418716033
Fax: 07 4041 6355

A Typical Home In Profile
Out-Of-Cycle Rate Hikes
Useful Tips When Purchasing A Property
Finding Empathy

A Typical Home In Profile

As our population ages and baby boomers become 'empty nesters', it is predicted that couples without children will increase the fastest of all family types, making up 43% of all families by 2031.

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Out-Of-Cycle Rate Hikes

There's a very public stoush going on between the banks and the politicians about out-of-cycle rate rises. While each side argues its case, consumers are left confused about whether they are getting a raw deal.

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Useful Tips When Purchasing A Property

Every home owner has the chance to build equity in their home over time, but here's how to speed up the process. Equity is the difference between the market value of your property and the amount you still owe on your loan.

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Finding Empathy

Despite the common adage 'never judge a man until you have walked a mile in his moccasins', many of us are too quick to judge others without considering the full picture. How long since you have given someone the benefit of the doubt rather than forming a quick judgement?

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