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How do the big banks measure up?

30th of March 2010

Major 4 banks standard variable average 0.32% higher than other lenders. Australians paying up to $1.33 BILLION on extra mortgage interest to big 4 banks.

Aussies saving for a tough year

19th of March 2010

Rise in applications for term deposit accounts. Home ownership tougher for first-time buyers. How to afford a mortgage in 2010.

Credit cards do cost more

19th of March 2010

According to RateCity\’s research credit card providers charge over 40 different fees and charges.Tips to avoid being slugged with fees.

Banks set record term deposit rates

12th of March 2010

Great time to invest in a term deposit account. Term deposit rates record high above money market rates! RateCity finds term deposit rates stabilising.

Do not expect lending to be easier in 2010

25th of February 2010

High loan to value ratio (LVR) home loans continue to flee the market. More lenders offering 90% LVR home loans. Lenders likely to remain cautious in 2010.

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