Why investors should pay a lower rate than home loan borrowers


Investors pay a higher mortgage rate than home loan borrowers. However, this was not always the case – and there is now a solid argument to suggest that investors should pay less. In reality, the repayment statistics for investors are better than the same numbers for homeowners – but investors get no reward for their better performance.

Cameron Kusher, Executive Director – Economics, at REA Group joins Wealth Editor James Kirby’s guest in this episode.

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Why this property upturn will be very different

The capacity to borrow will be the big difference in the next upward cycle of residential real estate prices. Property investors might be familiar with the challenges around locating and managing a successful property, but an entire generation of investors has never faced operating in a high-interest rate environment.

Budget Special

The Albanese government’s first ‘May Budget’ elevates the risk of higher inflation and higher rates – it also signals further strong returns for miners and building stocks.

Is a self managed super fund for you?

Self Managed Super Funds are often associated with the very wealthy who have millions to spend, but new figures show the median amount for new SMSFs is $260,000.

Why Impact Investing Is Ready To Go Mainstream

Impact investing, where investors actively create ethical outcomes, has been growing steadily but the Albanese government’s ‘reconvening’ of a task force on the issue is set to create a breakthrough.

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