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Good question. Yes it will reduce your borrowing capacity. A car loan is a short term loan with higher repayments and your repayment will need to be deducted from your available income before calculating your borrowing capacity. 

Great question! First goal would be to aim for 5% genuine savings. Meaning 5% of the purchase price of what you are looking to buy, and then you will need to save approximately another 5-7% for the costs of buying a house (Government fees like Stamp Duty etc).

Good question.
The four steps include the following:
1. Print 3 months of your bank statements for your spending account and document what you are spending. Get financially fit, this is a team sport just like any other sport. It takes practice and nurturing.
2. Look after your bank accounts and make sure you don’t go overdrawn.
3. Consider what your credit file may look like and perhaps order a copy if you think you may have had an issue in the past.
4. Set a regular amount to save each pay and stick to it. Consistency and discipline is the key.

The agent will ask you to pay the deposit, once the contract is signed by both parties, and after the 2 business day cooling off

Yes absolutely, if you have been with the same employer. We would need to determine your borrowing capacity and if this meets your expectations of what you could buy.

If the loan on your first property has reduced below 80% of the value of the property, there may be some equity that you can use as a deposit for your next property. I would allow 2-5 weeks as your property will need to be revalued and an application
prepared, and all lenders have different turnaround times and these do change.

Yes this is possible but we would need to use a lender that has a very short turnaround time.


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