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How a debt consolidation loan can help you

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Debt consolidation loans can be beneficial if you are juggling multiple debts and want to pay them off quicker, saving you money in the process.

What is debt consolidation?

Debt consolidation is a process where you take multiple debts - like credit cards, store cards, and personal loans - and combine them into a single personal loan.

This allows you to better manage your debts and gives you just one repayment to focus on, while saving you on debt repayments.

The benefits of debt consolidation

There are several benefits when you consolidate debt. You can:

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4 ways to buy in the suburb you want

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We have all heard the term ‘location, location, location’ when it comes to buying a property.

Well, what happens when you have found the location – the perfect suburb – where you want to live, but it’s out of your price range?

Well, there are ways to still buy in your perfect suburb, but you will need to do your research, be realistic, and have a little patience.

Do your research

You really need to understand the suburb you want to live in if you are to find a property you can afford. A great way to do this is to be on the ground there - get to know the suburb by driving or walking around the streets.



Renovating your home for sale

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This is a guest post by REIQ.

You’ve decided to sell, and you know your home needs some sprucing up or you need to refresh a few things, but when you look around you really don’t know how to prioritise the jobs or what will get the most bang for renovation buck.

This is a common problem, but the solution is not too difficult.

You need to focus on those elements that will catch the eye of the buyer and help them fall in love and make the decision to buy.

Don’t waste time or money on those things that won’t matter…


7 things to consider before buying your next property

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Your current home is nice, but you need to move as it really just doesn’t meet your needs any more.

Sound familiar?

The next step of course is to start looking around for a new home.

But there is much more to consider than just where you’ll move to.

So, before you visit you may want to consider the following:

1. What is it about your current home that isn't suitable anymore?

Understanding why you want to move is a great start to finding a new place that will meet your needs.

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A boost to get you into your new home sooner

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The Queensland government has boosted the First Home Owners’ Grant (formerly known as the Great Start Grant) by $5,000, giving a one-off payment of $20,000 to all those who move into their first new home.

This boost kicked off on July 1, 2016 and will expire on June 30, 2017.

The grant explained

The Queensland First Home Owners' Grant allows those buying or building a new home access to a lump sum, one-off, payment from the State Government.

This means if you (and your partner) are buying your very first home, either off-the-plan or building it yourself, you are entitled to the payment.