Whether you are a first home buyer, looking to refinance your existing loan, looking to purchase an investment property or wanting to invest in commercial property, (unless you’re in an incredibly fortunate position) you’re going to need finance to help you achieve your goal. You could go directly to a bank to help you or you could use a mortgage broker.Read more
As mentioned in our previous blog, owning property is one of the most effective ways of building wealth. The real value of your home lies in the equity raised and when you have raised enough equity, you have the option to access it. Here are our top ways to make the most of the equity in your home.Read more
If this crazy year has taught us anything, it’s how life can change and chances are that since you got your home loan, interest rates have moved. Since you took out your mortgage, your life has probably changed a little too. Your income and expenses may have changed, and your financial goals could also be different.
With the Christmas holidays just around the corner, possibly bringing with them a little down time, now could be the perfect opportunity to review your finances and think about your goals.
To all our valued clients and friends
At this unprecedented time the Seek Financial team would like to reassure you that whilst our focus is on the health and safety of our team and the wider community, it is business as usual for us.
We already have the infrastructure in place to allow us to work from home if needed, so please don’t hesitate to contact any of us if you need help with anything at all at any time during this crisis.
As finance professionals we sometimes catch ourselves using jargon and acronyms that may inadvertently render our message useless to a person who is not familiar with the language of a lender.
With this in mind, we thought it was a good idea to put together a guide to help you make the most of your finances, by understanding some of the banking terms that are commonly used in the ever-changing world of finance.