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|... changes to legislation pertaining to super and pensions. Others were also seeking direction on applying for the First Home Buyers Grant, planning for the education of children, wealth creation and family trusts, among others. "The arrangement with State ...|
|... in Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin and the national average was a result of low interest rates, generous grants to first home buyers and tight rental markets. The head of property research at ANZ, Paul Braddick said another important factor is that reasonably ...|
|... rise as housing demand is stimulated by government policy and population growth. Undersupply not only affects first home buyers, but also investors seeking new opportunities," he said. In June last year, Financial Standard reported that Government-backed ...|
|If website clicks are anything to go by, then the latest data from X Inc Finance suggests first home buyers are wading back to the market thanks to new government incentives. Jennifer Nielsen, chief executive of Loan Market Group, which includes X Inc ...|
|... report the major talking point was not the report itself but the old chestnut that housing interest rates for first home buyers should be tax deductible. Housing minister Tanya Plibersek sought to quickly hose down the issue as she told Sky News such ...|
|... commitments and investment housing commitments decreased 2.7 per cent. The dampening sentiment among all buyers means first home buyers increased their market share during April from 16.4 per cent of all home finance applications to 16.9 per cent. Meanwhile ...|
|... and IFF have banded together to propose measures tailoring First Home Saver Accounts to better aid struggling first home buyers. Fiona Reynolds, chief executive of AIST, said the scheme should be structured in such a way that it is first-rate for first ...|
|The proposal by Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd for a "super style" savings scheme to help first home buyers save for a home has drawn strong support from the superannuation industry already champing at the bit to get involved. The proposal works by letting ...|
|... of which are at the primary purchaser's discretion. Those who choose to go on the co-ownership plan and are first home buyers will still be eligible to the stamp duty concessions in NSW. The initiative is the most recent example of a whole new range ...|
|... first non-government shared equity loan, Rismark's equity finance mortgage, is being marketed at this stage to first home buyers and families that want to trade up, but it will not be long before the product is being offered to retirees. Rismark International ...|
A Sydney boutique under Grant Samuel Funds Management's banner has closed its $28 million fund that invested in VIX and S&P 500 options.
ING's Living Super offering is putting the lid on its balanced option after feedback from members that it's too similar to the growth option, and will add two more defensive options.
The Financial Planning Association of Australia has unveiled its five-year plan, which includes redundancies.
JP Morgan Asset Management's trading and analytics platform is set to be powered by the automation capabilities of Calastone, after the two firms formed a partnership.
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