Do You Love Where You Live?
But think there is no way ever that you could afford to buy there?
Some people are really stuck in the dilemma of thinking they may not ever be able to buy property. So, the rent-vesting trend has come into effect, particularly with prices rising in inner-city areas.
If you can think from an investment point of view, and consider the option of buying elsewhere and staying renting where you live – you may be on the right path to building some wealth. Whether it’s a short term or long term option, it may help you to build a nest egg for a higher deposit if you buy wisely. Then later on you can buy where you ideally want to live.
Many look at this option and have been successful in rent-vesting for financial reasons.
Here at Sydney Mortgage we like to make it easy for you and work through the options you have with home loans, the best interest rates and go through the bank fees in detail. Whether you should fix your loan so you know the monthly repayments or opt for a variable interest rate to take advantage of the current low interest rates – we show you options. We guide you through each step, ensuring you know what is on offer for you, working with you to upload the necessary paperwork to obtain a YES from a lender, and a smooth transition to your new loan.
The cheapest interest rate may not be the best rate. When you add up fees, banking terms, set up costs and the total costs over the life of the loan you will be surprised on the comparisons we can show you. We work with over 30 lenders so have a huge selection to offer you.
Our appointments are complimentary so why not book a one on one appointment with one of our Brokers today? We can meet over skype, phone or in person to suit you.
How Do I Find Out How Much I Can Borrow?
We offer one on one consultations and work with you to find out how you can obtain a mortgage. Find the best rates and the best loans that suit your situation. We work with over 30 lenders so have many packages to compare. For your FREE consultation please click below;