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  • Peasy Explains

    Make 2018 your year!

    Happy New Year to you All!
    What a year 2017 was, memorable to say the least! Here is a quick recap…
    Sydney, in particular experienced higher than ever price growth, off the chart clearance rates and a wild frenzy of both international and national competition! Most likely fueled by low interest rates, a strong population

  • Peasy Explains

    Don’t just plan to buy…plan to own a property long term!

    Many of us get excited about owning our first home!  However, we often find clients spend a lot of time preparing to buy and in turn forget to plan for their post settlement journey!
     
    Today we thought it would be great to share a checklist that caters for a lifetime of property ownership;

  • Did you know?

    The median

    house price in your area

    $1,322,000

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  • Peasy Explains

    What should I consider when searching for the right home??

    Many people come to Peasy with a list of ideals, usually a list that differs slightly from their significant other. However, we believe it is often easy to define exactly what it is you do want, but the hard part comes down to what compromises you are willing to make.
    Depending on where you want

  • Peasy Explains

    Buying off the plan… know the Pros & Cons first…

    Buying off the plan for many Australians can be a great option however, in some cases home owners are being left disappointed with less than pleasing results and a more complicated than necessary process to completion.
    For this reason, we thought it would be good to share with you the most common mistakes purchasers are

  • Peasy Explains

    Small consistent changes pay off…

    At ‘Peasy’ we like to find new ways to help our clients that goes above and beyond the average mortgage broker, so we have recently put together a workbook that allows our clients to calculate the interest they could save if they make a ‘small consistent change to their repayments’
    Firstly, let us show you