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  • Buyer confidence drops, but still a good time to buy Formula 1 Finance
    since September 2010 according to the Genworth Home buyer Confidence Index This fall despite Australia s relatively strong economic performance was driven by the decreased confidence in the natural disaster affected regions of Queensland and Western Australia coupled with growing concern amongst Australian home buyers about the rising cost of living Queensland home buyers suffered the biggest drop in confidence with one in three of the state s respondents stating that they were impacted by the natural flood disaster in some way Of those affected by the disaster one in five said it would take them more than six months to get back on their feet I believe despite the overall drop in confidence it seems as though 2011 is a good time to buy property Brett Colley 365 Posts Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for over 13 years Brett s diverse experience in finance real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm On March 31 2011 Enconomy Financial goals Inflation Wealth Leave a comment Comments are closed Finance News RBA rate announcement Banks Mining Towns and Rental Yields Houses outperform units in capitals Positive return for Qld market Whats happening with Vacant Land Sales Credit conditions restricting construction Housing Values Rise Housing Facts Rates on Hold New home sales at 2 year high Categories Australian Dollar Bank fees Bank Profits Budget Enconomy Finance News Financial goals First Home Buyer Government banking reform Home loan product House prices Inflation Interest rate Rental Growth Stamp Duty Technology Wealth January 2014 M T W T F S S Dec 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

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  • HIA calls for rate halt « Formula 1 Finance Formula 1 Finance
    Australian Bureau of Statistics housing approvals fell in five of the six states Tasmania and Western Australia suffered the highest falls in building approvals in seasonally adjusted terms plummeting by 24 6 per cent 13 9 per cent respectively South Australia was the only state to experience an upswing in building approvals lifting 30 6 per cent HIA s Dr Harley Dale said higher interest rates and supply side constraints continued to weigh down the new home building industry Now that the positive impact of past policy stimulus low interest rates the first time buyer boost and social housing provision is well beyond the peak cracks have appeared in the sustainability of Australia s new home building recovery Dr Dale said Steady interest rates are the clear signal from today s building approvals release he said Source The Adviser Brett Colley 365 Posts Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for over 13 years Brett s diverse experience in finance real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm On July 2 2010 Finance News Leave a comment Comments are closed Finance News RBA rate announcement Banks Mining Towns and Rental Yields Houses outperform units in capitals Positive return for Qld market Whats happening with Vacant Land Sales Credit conditions restricting construction Housing Values Rise Housing Facts Rates on Hold New home sales at 2 year high Categories Australian Dollar Bank fees Bank Profits Budget Enconomy Finance News Financial goals First Home Buyer Government banking reform Home loan product House prices Inflation Interest rate Rental Growth Stamp Duty Technology Wealth January 2014 M T W T F S S Dec 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

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  • Job rate stable as home loan interest rates take effect « Formula 1 Finance Formula 1 Finance
    0 1 per cent in Queensland and 0 2 per cent in South Australia to 5 8 5 6 and 5 6 per cent respectively However it wasn t all bad news overall full time jobs rose by 37 500 overshadowing the fall in part time employment of 3 900 Moreover unemployment fell 0 1 per cent in Victoria to 5 3 per cent 0 3 per cent in Western Australia to 4 7 per cent and 0 1 per cent in the ACT But the overall easing of job growth has many economists predicting that the RBA will keep rates on hold when it meets again early next month UBS chief economist Scott Haslem said the latest job figures show there was less frenetic pressure in the labor market Similarly housing lending and retail activity has also softened in the last month suggesting the RBA won t move on interest rates in June Source The Adviser Brett Colley 365 Posts Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for over 13 years Brett s diverse experience in finance real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm On May 14 2010 Finance News Leave a comment Comments are closed Finance News RBA rate announcement Banks Mining Towns and Rental Yields Houses outperform units in capitals Positive return for Qld market Whats happening with Vacant Land Sales Credit conditions restricting construction Housing Values Rise Housing Facts Rates on Hold New home sales at 2 year high Categories Australian Dollar Bank fees Bank Profits Budget Enconomy Finance News Financial goals First Home Buyer Government banking reform Home loan product House prices Inflation Interest rate Rental Growth Stamp Duty Technology Wealth January 2014 M T W T

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  • RBA hikes home loan rates again « Formula 1 Finance Formula 1 Finance
    month was always going to be difficult On one hand they had to contend with housing values rising faster than they are comfortable with capital city home values were up 3 2 percent over the last quarter On the other hand retail sales and building approvals were down suggesting a further rate rise will dampen consumer demand even further Mr Lawless said The latest RP Data Rismark Hedonic Home Value Index result was likely to have been one of the major inputs to the Reserve Bank s decision to lift rates Home values are up 12 7 per cent over the year and 3 2 per cent over the quarter a rate of growth the RBA has already expressed some concern about Speaking about the Reserve Bank s decision to lift the official cash rate for the fifth time in six board meetings governor Glenn Stevens said the risk of serious economic contraction in Australia had passed and global markets were beginning to function much better than one year ago The Board judges that with growth likely to be around trend and inflation close to target over the coming year it is appropriate for interest rates to be closer to average Today s decision is a further step in that process Mr Stevens said Brett Colley 365 Posts Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for over 13 years Brett s diverse experience in finance real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm On April 6 2010 Finance News Leave a comment Comments are closed Finance News RBA rate announcement Banks Mining Towns and Rental Yields Houses outperform units in capitals Positive return for Qld market Whats happening with Vacant Land Sales Credit

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  • Interest Rates to hold Formula 1 Finance
    by listed Australian companies alone yesterday They are an inflation targeting bank and inflation continues to be above their target range If you read the minutes the wording actually suggests they only stopped lifting cash rates in August because of global markets dislocation These guys are very stubborn and they are showing no signs at all of changing their stance I think the mistake I have been making is believing what domestic yield curves are telling me about the RBA s intention The drive lower in Australian yields is more above a wave of offshore money buying a AAA rated home at any yield higher than the OECD rather than a true view of where Australian cash rates are heading The good news is these lower yield curves are allowing the BIG four banks to lower fixed rate mortgages in effect doing some work for the RBA but to think the RBA are on the cusp of lowering cash rates I now think is misplaced Brett Colley 365 Posts Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for over 13 years Brett s diverse experience in finance real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm On August 17 2011 Enconomy Finance News Financial goals Home loan product Inflation Interest rate Wealth Comments Off Comments are closed Finance News RBA rate announcement Banks Mining Towns and Rental Yields Houses outperform units in capitals Positive return for Qld market Whats happening with Vacant Land Sales Credit conditions restricting construction Housing Values Rise Housing Facts Rates on Hold New home sales at 2 year high Categories Australian Dollar Bank fees Bank Profits Budget Enconomy Finance News Financial goals First Home Buyer Government banking reform Home loan product

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  • fixed rate Archives « Page 3 of 3 « Formula 1 Finance Formula 1 Finance
    rates positioning itself as a true competitor in fixed lending Yesterday the major announced it would slash six basis points from its three year fixed rate 19 basis points from its four year fixed loan Read more Back to Top Fixed rate home loan demand on the rise On April 22 2010 Finance News Leave a comment Australians are considering fixed rate home loans as fear sets in that the historically low variable rates experienced over the last few months are coming to an end CBA Westpac NAB and ANZ have all confirmed a lift in customers fixing home loan rates over the Read more Back to Top Home Loan competition re emerges as mortgage managers up the ante On April 15 2010 Finance News Leave a comment Mortgage managers and originators are increasing their competitive edge in the industry accounting for half of all Canstar Cannex s top five star rated home loan products According to the Canstar Cannex report the majors were only awarded 12 per cent of the 5 star category which rated 130 home Read more Back to Top Fixed rate home loan demand on the rise On February 18 2010 Finance News Leave a comment Australians are considering fixed rate home loans as fear sets in that the historically low variable rates experienced over the last few months are coming to an end CBA Westpac NAB and ANZ have all confirmed a lift in customers fixing rates over the past two Read more Back to Top Westpac increases fixed rates On January 13 2010 Finance News Leave a comment has confirmed yesterday that it will lift interest repayments on its fixed rate mortgages by as much as 0 25 per cent Westpac senior media relations manager Jane Counsel told Mortgage Business that higher funding costs

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  • Westpac predicts rate cut Formula 1 Finance
    if that occurs that would be a very strong stimulus for the consumer to save less and spend a little bit more But it seems not everyone shares Bill Evans view on rates Last week ANZ s head of Australian economics and property research Ivan Colhoun said he expects the Reserve Bank to keep the official cash rate on hold at 4 75 per cent until February 2012 when it will start raising rates again Brett Colley 365 Posts Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for over 13 years Brett s diverse experience in finance real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm On July 18 2011 Finance News Leave a comment Comments are closed Finance News RBA rate announcement Banks Mining Towns and Rental Yields Houses outperform units in capitals Positive return for Qld market Whats happening with Vacant Land Sales Credit conditions restricting construction Housing Values Rise Housing Facts Rates on Hold New home sales at 2 year high Categories Australian Dollar Bank fees Bank Profits Budget Enconomy Finance News Financial goals First Home Buyer Government banking reform Home loan

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  • Bills, not interest rates a concern Formula 1 Finance
    utility bills was their biggest monetary concern heading into 2011 Interest rates came in second with 16 per cent of the 1061 respondents indicating that this was an area for concern Investors were the most concerned about rates with 27 per cent ranking it as their biggest concern compared to 19 per cent of next homebuyers and 8 per cent of first homebuyers Despite widespread expectations of interest rate rises throughout the next 12 months the survey found the concern over utility bills and other living costs outweighed concern about interest rates The survey also indicated that 35 per cent of respondents intend to purchase a property within the two years to November 2012 with 36 per cent planning an investment property 33 per cent their next home and 31 per cent their first home This is good news for property owners and investors as the demand should increase property prices Brett Colley 365 Posts Brett has been involved in management in the finance industry for over 13 years Brett s diverse experience in finance real estate developments and all facets of the construction industry confirms Formula 1 Finance to be an innovative professional finance broking firm On December 1 2010 Finance News Leave a comment Comments are closed Finance News RBA rate announcement Banks Mining Towns and Rental Yields Houses outperform units in capitals Positive return for Qld market Whats happening with Vacant Land Sales Credit conditions restricting construction Housing Values Rise Housing Facts Rates on Hold New home sales at 2 year high Categories Australian Dollar Bank fees Bank Profits Budget Enconomy Finance News Financial goals First Home Buyer Government banking reform Home loan product House prices Inflation Interest rate Rental Growth Stamp Duty Technology Wealth January 2014 M T W T F S S Dec 1 2

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