Buying, selling, refinancing and investing guides
At Mortgage Choice Greensborough, we're committed to giving expert home loan and financial advice. But that's not all - we're are also committed to ensuring all Australians understand their money and financial situation inside and out. If you're not ready to talk, start your research by downloading these handy e-guides for all types of borrowers.
CHOICES Newsletter Winter 2019
The Winter 2019 issue of our Choices newsletter is now out and includes articles on:
- Australia housing downturn - how bad can it get?
- Should investors wait for the right time to buy?
- Australians worried about the rising cost of living
- Ways you can save this end of financial year
- Mental hacks to naturally lower stress
- Lots to love about personal loans
First home buyer's guide
Purchasing your first property can be an overwhelming process and there may be steps you are unsure or unaware aware of. This guide will walk you through all of the steps involved in the buying process.
Step-by-step guide to home ownership
There are many steps involved in purchasing a property which can vary between residential and investment properties. This guide explains each step in order as well as what is involved at every stage of the purchasing process.
Considering refinancing? Our guide explains the reasons, costs and steps involved in refinancing your home loan.
Property investor guide
Our free, downloadable guide explains the costs and steps associated with the purchase of an investment property, positive/negative gearing as well as pros and cons of houses vs. units.
Guide to upgrading your home
You've built up enough equity to play with and you're wondering which direction you should take. This guide explores the pros and cons of upgrading.
Building your home guide
Building a brand new home or completing major renovations on an existing property are some of the most exciting projects we can undertake as home owners.
Understanding guarantors guide
Buying a property is one of the biggest financial commitments you’ll make. A guarantor might be the helping hand you need to get into property sooner. We explain in this guide what a guarantor is, who they are, and how you can benefit.