The majority of property investors are remaining upbeat despite COVID-19, with 67% believing now is a good time to invest in residential property, according to a new survey.
If you’ve deferred your home or business loan then it’s likely your bank will reach out to you in the coming weeks. Here’s what to expect and what options are available to you.
In late March, the Australian Government announced that people affected financially by COVID-19 could apply to access up to $10,000 of their superannuation before July 1 and up to a further $10,000 in the first half of the new financial year.
As if small and medium-sized businesses weren’t already facing an uphill battle this year; now it turns out that more than a quarter were knocked back when they applied for finance in recent months. Here’s how we can help.
Due to an expansion of the business during the past year, we are excited to announce that two new employees have joined the team to provide greater support to both our new and current clients.
It’s been over two months since HomeBuilder was first announced, and I’m sure many of us spent a bit of that time dreaming about an extra $25,000 to spend on a reno or new home. The good news is grant applications are now officially open.
JobKeeper is due for a big shake-up next month, which means if you’ve been relying on it to get your business through these rocky times, you need to start planning ahead now.
We’re all looking forward to things eventually getting back to normal, or at least the “new normal”. And while it’s not clear exactly what the “new normal” will look like in the property world, there are some promising early signs.
The NSW state government has extended the stamp duty exemption for first home buyers purchasing new homes to $800,000, up from the previous $650,000.
Home and business owners struggling financially due to COVID-19 will be given another four months to resume paying back their loans.