First home buyers hit with tougher hurdle

RateCity Staff

RateCity Staff

Apr 10, 2013( 1 min read )

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Some first home buyers need extra $1,430 for median-priced house or $810 more for a unit Vs. last year. But silver lining: mortgage repayments $200 more affordable than January 2012. RateCity’s first home buyer tips on saving for a deposit!

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