March 15

Welcome to The Smartline Report March 2015

The Smartline Report – March Edition
Interest rates continue to be at record lows, with some economists now predicting there may be at least one more additional official interest rate cut in the coming months.As a result of record low interest rates, many people are using this as an opportunity to start or expand their investment property portfolio, buy their first home or buy a new family home.If buying a property is something you’re considering, I’d be happy to work with you to ensure you end up with a home loan that is right for you.
Invest in school zone property?Exercise caution if you’re considering buying a property based solely on its school zoning.

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A golden opportunity gone
A further rate cut in March by the RBA would have given business and consumer confidence a much-needed kick start.

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How many investment properties do you need?
It’s important to determine what you want from your investments to determine how many properties you need.Find out more →
Housing market outlook
The housing market has started the year on a strong footing.Find out more →

Interest RatesLatest major interest rates. more.
Market Review
The HTW team looks at how interest rate movements really impact on property markets around Australia.


Charity Profile
The Smartline Charity Committee has recently supported the Blue Light Association. For every loan Smartline organises, $10 is paid to a range of charities. Over $1,500,000 has been donated to date. more.

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