Finance & Property

HomeHub brings you the latest information on finance, real estate trends and tips on buying and managing your property.


Rate cut not ruled out

December saw the 15th consecutive meeting at which the Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent. And while...   Read More

Homeloans credit card survey 2014

From body parts to bail, Viagra to vibrators, horses to houses New survey reveals Australia’s quirkiest credit card purchases A false leg for granny,...   Read More


Home renovation: Part 2 – Moving in with builders

The house is ours so we own bricks and potential. In part 2 we move in with builders and the transformation begins.   From...   Read More


How to WIN an auction

You’ve got your eye on a property that is definitely your dream home (or dream investment!). There’s only a few things standing between you...   Read More


Boost your home’s value with landscaping

Australians are blessed with one of the most relaxed lifestyles in the world. Our temperate climate means long summer days filled with sun, swimming...   Read More

Home renovation: Part 1 – Buying potential

Depending on which list you read, moving is up there as one of the most stressful times in your life. Add renovating and you...   Read More


Call for changes to negative gearing tax breaks

Negative gearing is a popular strategy for building wealth through property investment, so recent talk from a number of high-profile economists about axing it,...   Read More


Top tips to increase your property’s appeal

First impressions count! Take a step outside. Walk through the front garden towards the door, go in the entrance and stop. These are the...   Read More

Choosing a real estate agent

What to ask when choosing a real estate agent

Making the decision to sell your home or investment property is never easy; you are letting go of a very valuable asset and this...   Read More


Australian home values hot stuff during winter

…and set to stay hot in spring Despite the cooler weather in Melbourne and Sydney (and the constant rain in Sydney during August), it...   Read More