So here are six keys to start your thinking.
After all putting extra money into your mortgage means you can pay off your debt quicker and save interest, but putting extra money into super builds your retirement nest egg.
Sounds like an impossible choice?
You might think when you take out a joint mortgage with someone else you’re only responsible for your ‘half’ or share of the loan.
Think again because this is not the case.
Using lenders mortgage insurance (LMI) is one way to buy a property without having the 20% deposit which is typically required by most lenders.
Whether you're looking for your first home loan or an investment property loan, the preparation is really the same.
With increasing housing prices, changes in our spending and saving patterns, the ongoing uncertainty from the GFC and uncertain government economic policy, many people are now looking to Co-Ownership as a way to enter the property market with lower cost and lower risk. Simply put, Co-Ownership is now mainstream.
When a single property is owned by more than one person (or company) it can be owned either as;