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Article written by The Bunyip Newspaper
More than 2000 South Australians purchased a home financed through HomeStart over the past 12 months, a 33% increase on the average for the past decade and the highest number of loans since 2010.
Owning a home could soon become a reality for more South Australians with a state-government backed lender lowering their minimum deposit requirements.
Eligible graduates will be able to apply for a home loan with HomeStart Finance with as little as 2 per cent deposit.
The Adelaide 36ers are thrilled to announce HomeStart Finance will continue their support of the Club ahead of NBL23.
Their support will increase from Community Partner to take over as the Official Member Partner of the Adelaide 36ers for the 2022-23 season.
STATE Government-owned lender HomeStart Finance says it continues to field global interest in its range of lending products, on the eve of Asia's largest housing affordability conference in Kuala Lumpur...
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HomeStart Finance recently featured in the Autumn issue of SA Builder magazine, the communication outlet for Master Builders SA, to discuss the benefits of HomeStart’s construction lending options...
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Last week, a leading mortgage broker announced it was adding a new lender that specialises in affordability to its lending panel... View the full article.
MODERN twists to mortgages are giving first home savers and low-income buyers a better chance of getting a foot in the door... View the full article.
Aussie Home Loans has announced the appointment of a new lender to its panel, providing its brokers with a new range of mortgage products for South Australian clients... View the full article.
Experts say while it's becoming harder for young people to get into the housing market, there are ways to get into your own home sooner... Watch the full story
When it comes to buying homes, more South Australian women are going solo... View the full article
Buying their first home was a dream come true for Indian migrants Manpreet Kaur and Amarjit Singh, who says it took years of saving and good fortune ro make their property dreams come true... View the full article