Why take 30 years to pay off your mortgage when you could do it 10?
All too often borrowers default to the standard duration of 30 years on their mortgage term, and trundle along never making much more progress than … Read more →
If you’ve bought your first home in the last decade or so, you could be forgiven for thinking that the interest rates you’re enjoying now are about where they will always be.
The Reserve Bank started cutting interest rates back … Read more →
A career change can often be hard on relationships and a difficult subject to discuss with your partner or spouse, if they are not 100% on board.
Hannah McQueen says the person making a change should recognise the sacrifice the … Read more →
What can New Zealanders do today to make the most of low interest rates in an uncertain housing market?
In a raging property market, it’s possible to have a million-dollar home and no cash, writes Joanna Mathers for NZ Herald. Read the full article here.
Death is a sad and emotional time for everyone. Ensuring your financial matters are all in order takes away a lot of stress and anxiety for your close family and friends at this already difficult time.
Elizabeth Blake and Katie … Read more →
People who raid their KiwiSaver to buy a first home could end up with much less in the pot for their golden years – but experts, including Hannah McQueen of enableMe, say it could still be worth it, as Tamsyn … Read more →