In this difficult time lenders have responded by announcing financial relief strategies. Banks stand ready to support customers and if anyone is in need of assistance, we encourage you to come forward as soon as possible.
In light of the recent developments around the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the uncertainty we are all facing day to day, we felt that it is important to assure you that we expect no major interruptions to the products & services that we provide to you.
Scott Pape (The Barefoot Investor) is a best-selling Australian author, known for his down-to-Earth financial advice. His latest book, The Barefoot Investor For Families, explores a list of 10 steps for all young Australians to follow on the path to financial freedom. 'The Barefoot Ten' are re-produced here.
The First Home Loan Deposit Scheme is a Australian Government initiative to support eligible first home buyers purchase a home sooner, by providing a guarantee that will allow eligible first home buyers on low and middle incomes to purchase a home with a deposit of as little as 5 per cent. With over 25 lenders taking part in the scheme, Jacques Financial Group is here to assist with your Deposit Scheme application.
The Queensland-based Small Business Expos are one day pop up B2B marketplaces focused on generating effective, local working relationships for small business owners. Jacques Financial Group will be at the Brisbane West Small Business Expo on October 25th with our revolutionary new application app on display.
Building your home is an exciting, but daunting process. There are a number of benefits to building your own home, but knowing where to start is the essential first step. A construction loan can be used to build a brand new home, or complete substantial renovations to an existing property. There's more than just the cost of the new build to consider - including all of the associated costs with building a new home.
Significant property price rises in Brisbane have often been attributed to high Net Interstate Migration rates – the trend for many Australians form make the move North from the more expensive regions surrounding Sydney & Melbourne, without sacrificing the big-city amenities and business opportunities.
What is ‘over-capitalising’ and how do I stop it from happening? Many people make the mistake of over-capitalising when it comes to home renovations. Put simply, over-capitalising is when the cost of renovations outweighs how much value it will add to a property. Here's some tips & tricks to help make sure you are spending your money on renovations wisely.