'Errors are inevitable': How to change your credit score
It's one of the major factors affecting affect whether a bank will approve your home loan, but it could be inaccurate. Here's how to improve your credit report.
What happens to the family home when you get divorced?
Separation and divorce are very emotional situations, and deciding what to do with the house is one of the tricky sticking points. But there’s a range of options available to couples.
What experts really think of the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme
All the scheme's initial places have been snapped up, but despite its popularity, experts say it has its limitations.
The five-step guide to getting a lower interest rate from your bank
Did you know you can phone your lender any time and try to get a better deal? Here's what to say and how to say it.
Saving for a house deposit? Here are the best places to stash your cash
With another bank cutting rates on savings accounts last week, and interest rates low, savers are taking a hit. But a slightly better deal can see you pocket much more.
How to avoid electric bill shock at the end of summer
Hot Australian summers mean staying cool can be costly, but there are smart ways use power to lower your energy bills that don't involve a complete renovation.
The big banks had another bad year, but what benefit to consumers?
If you've applied for a home loan recently, you probably had to jump through hoops, while savers are earning rock-bottom interest. But there could be one glimmer of hope to come out of the scandals.
Can the bank force you to sell if you can't pay your mortgage?
There may be times in your life when you are unable to meet your mortgage repayments. Here's what to do to avoid foreclosure.
Does it really matter if you lie on your home loan application?
A growing number of Australians are fudging the figures on their home loan application. But will the bank ever find out, and what happens if they do?
Should you take out a mortgage with a neobank or stick with a major lender?
A new wave of digital lenders are now offering mortgages to Australians, but is it riskier to take out a home loan with a neobank?