Applying for a home loan? Read our article to understand loan serviceability
Read our Q&A explainer to understand how amortisation works, so you know what to expect
Buying an apartment is different to buying a house. Read our checklist to make an informed decision.
Understand the home buying process so you know what to expect and can make an informed decision
Non-bank lenders have disrupted the Australian mortgage market. Here’s what you need to know.
Stamp duty is a tax you pay when purchasing property, but many stamp duty exemptions are available.
Being a first home buyer can be overwhelming, we’ve pulled together a guide on stamp duty to help.
Interest-only home loans may suitable for you, but there are some things you should know first.
Home loans come with an interest rate and a comparison rate, but what is a comparison rate?
Yard Q&A Explainer: How to pay off your mortgage faster
Variable home loan rates come with a lot of flexibility, but what does that mean?
Before choosing a fixed rate home loan, get a full understanding of just what a fixed rate means.
Understand the difference between fixed or variable home loan.
Home loan interest rates are often the deciding factor when choosing a loan. Read how to compare
Applying for a home loan online? Then read our handy Q&A to help you with the process.
Read our plain English guide to low deposit loans where we cover the pros and cons.
The first question you might ask when searching for a home loan is how much can I borrow? Read more.
Understand everything about home loan rates before you secure a home loan.
Get your foot onto the property ladder sooner with a guarantor home loan.
Get the lowdown on the auction process, what happens on the day, and after.
To get into the property market sooner, you may consider LMI instead of waiting for the 20% deposit.
Read our first home buyers guide to understand how the home buying process works.
As a first home buyer you may be eligible for the First Home Owner grant, check out if you qualify.
Your home loan deposit determines what loan you qualify for and what property you can afford.