Articles by Rita Thomas

is a Property Strategist with an accounting background and over 30 years’ Commercial Banking experience. She is a passionate property investor who enjoys helping her clients create wealth through property investment using Metropole’s strategic approach.
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Do you know the difference between price and value? Well, you should… because the two principles are quite different and can make a big difference to your chances of achieving financial independence or freedom. Wise words from the “Oracle of Omaha” Warren Buffett is an American investor, industrialist, and philanthropist and is widely regarded as…

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Lockdowns continued to keep a lid on credit card spending in August, according to the latest Reserve Bank of Australia credit and charge card data . The latest Reserve Bank figures show lockdowns and the limited ability for a large portion of Australians to spend likely contributed to a reduction in the number and value…

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Worrying new figures from the Australian Banking Association show 37 per cent of Australians have lost money to a scam or have a family member or close friend who has. The research also found: 99% of Australian adults have been exposed to a scam or fraud. 66% deal with a scam attempt every week. 29%…

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Almost half of Australians have delayed financial decisions due to COVID-19 lockdowns in 2021. Despite the nation’s continued economic resilience in the face of the Delta strain, Australians are holding back on certain expenses, with 42% delaying financial decisions as a result of COVID-19 and lockdowns this year, according to new research by Canstar. Canstar’s…

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Whether or not you personally give any weight to superstitions, it may pay to consider them if you are buying or selling a property. Generally speaking, westerners are not overly superstitious and males less so than females, but we do live in a multi-cultural society. Many immigrants bring their traditions and superstitions with them and…

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Australia’s credit card debt has now stubbornly hovered at around $20 billion for eleven months in a row. The latest RBA data for personal credit card accounts shows a slight month-on-month decrease of 0.3 per cent in June, taking the total credit card debt accruing interest to $20.01 billion, in original terms. While credit card…

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