Seven ways to manage your mortgage repayments [including COVID-19 mortgage freeze]

mortgage freeze

Seven options to help manage your mortgage repayments (and budget) through COVID-19, including the mortgage freeze. If you have a…


Buy your next home using a bridging loan [2020 Complete Guide]

Secure bridging finance quickly and simply with Blackk. We’ll find you the best products available and help you get approved fast.


Are Home Loan Offset Accounts worth it [2020 Explainer + Case Study]?

Offset Accounts - Blackk Home Loans

Home Loan Offset Accounts can save you money on a home loan, but only in the right circumstances. It is…


Refinance home loan

Refinance Home Loan - Brisbane and Gold Coast Mortgage Brokers

The best way to refinance a home loan is to know exactly what refinancing options are on offer. Knowledge is…


Best home loan interest rates

Best home loan interest rates - Brisbane - Gold Coast

Let us explain how the best home loan interest rates can really work for you and your mortgage. Whether you’re buying or refinancing, we’ll simplify the process.


A plan for extra mortgage repayments is non negotiable [explainer + case study]

Extra mortgage repayments - Blackk Home Loans

Making extra mortgage repayments to fast track your home loan down to zero is the single biggest action you can…


Don’t fix your entire home loan interest rate | I’ll explain why

Home loan interest rate - Blackk Home Loans

Fixing your home loan interest rates on your entire home loan will mean you repay more in interest than you…


Refinance | What is it & should you take the leap?

Do you have home loan rate jealousy? Do the alluring interest rates of others make your heart beat that little bit faster? I explain what it is when you should do it.


21 Critical Home Loan Mistakes to Avoid

If you’re considering buying or building a home then you’ll probably need a home loan.  We’ve listed here the 21 most common mistakes we see…


Make The Most of Historic Low Interest Rates

The RBA has cut the May 2016 cash rate to a historic low level of 1.75 percent but what does this actually mean for you as a borrower?