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Rent or Buy?

Property prices have fallen significantly over the last two years making houses much more affordable than they have been for some time. Despite this, buyers are still in short supply.

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Make your Mortgage Manageable

Mortgagee sales are on the increase as a result of the recession and the property market downturn. If you are struggling with your mortgage payments how can you avoid having to sell your house? Here are a few tips that could help.

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A Guide to UK Pension Transfers

Immigrants from the UK and New Zealand residents who have worked in the UK usually find themselves leaving behind their locked-in pension funds when they arrive in New Zealand. This can present a number of difficulties.

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Use Market Volatility to Make Money

Investment markets move in cycles and it’s difficult to forecast when they’ll rise or fall. Moving your money in and out of the market during a downturn means you could potentially miss out on any positive bounce in a strong market recovery.

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What to do when Sharemarkets Fall

It’s easy to invest when markets are running smoothly but when they fall your confidence can be sorely tested. More uncertainty in investment markets means more volatility and a need to review your investment strategy.

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Three Good News Tips for First Home Buyers

For first home buyers the next few months are shaping up to a good time to buy and there are three reasons for this. Firstly, we are seeing a decline in property prices as winter sets in. Some property investors have reacted to the last budget by choosing to sell and this has had an impact at the lower end of the market.

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Crunch Your Credit

A line of credit, or revolving credit, is a very useful facility to have as part of your mortgage structure. The way it works is that you are committed to pay back only the interest each month and interest is charged only on the amount borrowed.

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Liz Koh – Media Update

You will no doubt be aware that Moneymax has attracted considerable attention in the media over the last two weeks as a result of two key events: the publication of the Consumer Magazine report on financial advisers …

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