1. The best way (in our opinion): scan a nice clear copy to either Carrie – carrie (at) uploans.com.au or Kirsty – kirsty (at) uploans.com.au or Tameeka – tameeka (at) uploans.com.au 2. Slightly less than the best, but also fine: take a super clear photo with your phone and text or email to Carrie, Kirsty or Tameeka. 3. The personal route: Our beautiful new office is at 36 […]Read More | 20 Apr, 2017
You will have been sent a secure link by Up Loans to get your bank statements to us – if you would prefer not to use this then the following is how we will need you to manually gather your documents. How we need your bank statements: It’s really important we get your bank statements in such a way that we can: a) Send them on to the […]Read More | 20 Apr, 2017
Three simple videos to get you started on your first home buying journey.Read More | 20 Apr, 2017
Ultimately – no-one wants a home loan, you want a home – right? Here’s 8 simple tips on how to own yours sooner.Read More | 18 Apr, 2017
I’m hesitant about writing an article with a heading like this. Yes, I understand the concept that an article’s title should grab your attention – but surely this sounds a little too good to be true right? It’s not.Read More | 25 Mar, 2017
Want my opinion”¦. There’s only one good way to have a credit card. That is to only have one, if you actually don’t need to have one. Stick with me. I know it seems a bit counterintuitive.Read More | 18 Mar, 2017
You find a property you love, you sign a contract, your awesome mortgage broker gets your finance approved and in your head your home and hosed… BUT… your building inspection comes back and it’s not great.Read More | 28 Feb, 2017
We get asked that question so often as brokers and there’s not a simple blanket answer that fits. First of all – that amount will vary as a percentage of the price of what you want to pay based on whether you’re going to live in the property or buy as an investment. That’s question number 1. For the purposes of this article – let’s imagine you’re buying a property to live in. For further simplicity, let’s say it’s your first home (this is the when we’re most often asked this question).Read More | 29 Jan, 2017
As real estate markets heat up (as is happening in Tassie right now) buyers find themselves in multiple offer situations more and more often. It can make the already stressful situation of buying a home (especially if it’s your first!) that little more nerve wracking. Given that, we thought this handy list might give you some guidance on some options for a multiple offer situation and hopefully some innovative ways to make your offer stand above the rest.Read More | 11 Jan, 2017
Not to confuse it with debt elimination.
If you’re swamped with credit card debt and personal loans, it can sometimes help to talk to a professional about debt consolidation. However, you need to be wary. You might end up paying more in the long term and/or reduce the equity in your home.