Editorial Team, Author at Pearl Financial

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The Editorial Team at Pearl Financial features talented writers who love writing about all things property.

Business owners in apartment discussing property investment while looking at a computer
Jun 08

Four Property Investment Motivations For Business Owners

By Editorial Team | Fundamentals

Entrepreneurs are naturally ambitious and driven people. If you consider yourself an entrepreneur, you might feel like you already have enough on your plate and that you don’t have the time, money or capacity to seek out any investment opportunities. It doesn’t mean that you can’t invest in property. As long as you consider the following four factors, you won’t regret making the decision.

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real estate investment metrics
Jan 30

8 Real Estate Investment Metrics You Need To Know About

By Editorial Team | Fundamentals

Investing in something that creates passive income is becoming a common practice in Australia. But, like all other investments, being objective about the property or home renovation project you want to take on will help increase your chances of success.

With this in mind, let’s take a look at 8 key performance indicators you’ll want to look out for before you invest in a new house or home extension.Continue reading

A First-Time Buyer’s Guide To Home Loans
Oct 27

A First-Time Buyer’s Guide To Home Loans

By Editorial Team | Home Loans

Buying your first home is an exciting prospect but it can be a little daunting when faced with all the different kinds of home loans now available. There are so many different banks and financial institutions offering loans with differing interest rates and fees, lengths of loans and benefits that it’s hard to choose which one will suit you best. There’s no longer any such thing as a simple 25-year home loan with regular repayments. And simply paying off a home mortgage as fast as you can is rare as well. There’s a plethora of new technology to help first home buyers. For instance, a borrowing power calculator helps estimate how much you can borrow, and a stamp duty calculator helps you to work out how much stamp duty you will have to pay the government. Continue reading

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