The RBA has announced that it will leave the cash rate unchanged at 2.5%

The RBA has announced that it will leave the cash rate unchanged at 2.5% from Mortgage Key

By: Mortgage Key  05-Feb-2014
Keywords: Car Finance, Investment Loans, Property Loans

Information becoming available to the RBA over the summer suggests slightly firmer consumer demand and foreshadows a solid expansion in housing construction. The Expansion of housing construction is good news for first home buyers in NSW. First home buyers who purchase a brand new home valued up to $550,000 are eligible for stamp duty exemption and a $15,000 first home buyers grant Existing mortgagors have had a good ride with record low interest rates continuing to stay; however the anticipation of strong growth in the future ahead and inflation rates higher than expected, it may be safer to fix your home loan rate and secure a low rate in the years to come Speaking with an expert will ensure you the loan you have is most cost effective and suitable to your circumstances. By doing this You have Much to Gain and Nothing to Lose.

Keywords: Bank Mortgages, Car Finance, Financial Planner, Financial Strategies, First Home Buyers, Investment Loans, Investment Strategy, Personal Loan, Personalised Financial Services, Property Loans

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