Georgia Brown is a Personal Finance Editor and journalist for RateCity. Before venturing into the world of personal finance, she worked as a reporter for realestate.com.au and Smart Property Investment. She now works truly amongst personal finance, while also writing about other areas, such as sustainable finance and super.
74 articles written by Georgia Brown
Can I transfer my car loan to someone else?
While you probably didn’t anticipate having to sell your car before the end of your loan term, plenty can change over the course of a few years. This might lead you to wonder whether you can transfer your car loan to another person.
Will paying off a personal loan increase my credit score?
Reaching the end of your loan term and making your final repayment can be a satisfying feat. But will paying off your personal loan give your credit score a boost, or could it have the opposite effect?
What happens if my car is stolen and I have a car loan?
Having your car stolen can be an ordeal at the best of times. But what happens if it’s stolen when it’s still under finance?
Will applying for a personal loan affect my credit score?
If you’re a diligent borrower and you consistently prioritise your credit score, you’ll likely have it front of mind when applying for new credit.
Aussie fintech launches unique campaign to challenge ‘outdated’ approach to home loan lending and refinancing
Australian fintech player Nano has unveiled a bold new campaign to highlight the power of technology in making the home loan process easier for customers.
Can you consolidate personal loan debt on your home loan?
Personal loan interest rates tend to be higher than home loan rates, so you might wonder whether consolidation could be the key to spending less on interest charges.
What happens to my super if I separate from my partner?
Going through a separation can be a difficult time in life and dealing with money often makes it even trickier. But it’s important to know what to expect when it comes to your personal finances so you can be prepared for your next chapter.
How to shop for a mortgage without hurting your credit
Buying a house is likely the biggest financial commitment you’ll make in life. So, it’s important to ensure you’ve got all your ducks in a row before applying for home loan pre-approval, to avoid negatively impacting your credit score.
Tic:Toc cuts fixed and variable home loan rates amid a slew of rises
While some lenders have begun to hike even their shorter term fixed rates, online lender Tic:Toc has announced its ‘lowest rates ever’.
Can a bank revoke a mortgage?
Buying a home can be a stressful process at the best of times. The last thing you need is for something to get in the way of your mortgage after it’s been approved.