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A Simple Guide To Small Business Loans

A Simple Guide To Small Business Loans

Small business loans can be great when you need to get your brand up and running or cover unexpected expenses. However, it’s useful to understand the difference between the available options before committing to one.

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How Your Bank Calculates A Business Risk

How Your Bank Calculates A Business Risk

Just like you, banks are in business – and they don’t succeed by making bad deals. When they consider your loan application, they’re calculating the financial risk of entering into an arrangement with you.

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Six Mistakes Business Owners Make When Taking Out A Business Loan

Six Mistakes Business Owners Make When Taking Out A Business Loan

A small business loan can be invaluable when you’re establishing your business or when an unforeseen setback occurs, but you don’t want a loan to be short-term gain and long-term pain.

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Thinking About Buying Off The Plan? Read This First.

Thinking About Buying Off The Plan? Read This First.

In a rising property market, it can also prove a lucrative investment – but not always. If you’re considering it, be prepared and ask yourself these five questions first.

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Trained Professionals: Get Pelted With Easy Money

Trained Professionals: Get Pelted With Easy Money

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Towards 2019: What’s Next For The Housing Market?

Towards 2019: What’s Next For The Housing Market?

The Australian residential housing market has been highly variable this year, and we’ve seen some highlights as well as lowlights. We look ahead at what’s expected for the remainder of 2018 and beyond.

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RBA Leave Cash Rate On Hold

RBA Leave Cash Rate On Hold

The RBA Board has left the official cash rate on hold for the 26th consecutive month at 1.50 per cent.

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CBA To Scrap Supergear Product

CBA To Scrap Supergear Product

CBA will SCRAP their Supergear product, effective 12th October 2018. A decision to refine their product offering to become a “simpler, better bank” is their reasoning to exit the LRBA market. 

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