Articles by Andrew Mirams

Andrew Mirams

Andrew is a leading finance strategist who holds a Diploma of Financial Planning (Financial Services). With over 27 years of experience in finance, Andrew has been acknowledged by the mortgage industry with multiple awards. Visit IntuitiveFinance.Com.Au


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The current low-interest-rate environment has a lot of clients asking me whether now is the time to focus on paying off their mortgage. And the strange circumstances we find ourselves in, with 2020 not turning out how any of us imagined, has many asking whether they should focus on investing, either in stocks or property….

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Currently we are all facing a time of uncertainty which seems to be changing daily. Please, as a first priority, do what the government(s) are asking and either stay home or maintain your social distancing – this is a health crisis first and foremost that is creating the economic crisis. There are, however a few…

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Sydney has certainly been our nation’s benchmark market – and it’s obvious why. Around 60 per cent of all transactions occur in and around the capital. This gives it substantial weight in any national analysis. We’ve also noticed that some observers who proffer their opinion about the ‘Australian property market’ are often simply describing Sydney’s…

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Every day I’m still staggered by the complacency of everyday Australians and how either unwilling or ignorant they are when it comes to the interest they pay on their home or investment loans. Despite big reductions in interest rates over the past few years, a recent survey found a huge number of Australians would never…

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The events of the past year have prompted a lot of current and would-be mortgage holders to consider whether they should rush to lock in their loan interest rates with a fixed product. Rates have tumbled thanks to multiple cuts by the Reserve Bank and the fixed rates on offer from banks and other lenders…

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