It’s been a while since mortgage interest rates were this high. If it’s starting to stress you out, here’s what you can do.
Managing Your Mortgage
Think your mortgage is just a drain on your finances? Think again. With a few clever hacks, your mortgage can become a tool for growing your wealth. Learn how.
When buying a new build there may be a lag between going unconditional and settlement. Which opens you up to risks that could impede your ability to settle. Here’s how you can mitigate any that may crop up.
With mortgage rates changing regularly, and continue instability, you may be wondering how long to refix for. As banks lower their 5-year rates, are these actually a good deal?
While there’s plenty of doom and gloom about the New Zealand economy, there are still things to be positive about. Find out what they are from Hannah McQueen.
“The most important trump card you have when it comes to trying to foster and cultivate financial success is forward momentum.” Here’s how you can create that forward momentum for yourself.
Learn why fixing your mortgage rate for 3 years or more might seem like the safer move, but could actually cost you more on your mortgage in the long run.
After a year of gradual increases to the OCR in a bid to combat inflation, as we battle the rising cost of living, many of us will also be battling the rising cost of our mortgages.
Unless the housing market and mortgages is your bread and butter – like it is for John Bolton (more commonly known as JB) from Squirrel Mortgages – the mortgage market can be a bit of a minefield, especially now as the economy is having a bit of a ‘moment.’
Find out how with the right approach and structure you can pay off your mortgage faster – even when times are tough.
If you’re following the news, or even just popping your nose in now and again, the headlines can feel startling. How the property cycle impacts you depends on whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or hold.
30-year mortgages are now the most popular term with 57% of new mortgages taken out in 2022 issued with this long-term option – a figure that has...