2019 Pre-Election Budget

2019 Pre-Election Budget Released

How will the proposed 2019 Budgets affect home owners and investors? Last week, Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten released their proposed budgets following the national election on May 18 2019. Many topics including infrastructure, employment and health services were addressed, which covered the news headlines. Housing affordability plans and assistance schemes were given mention by […]

Dispelling Myths Surrounding Sexual Assault

Sexual assault victim depression

As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month… Many common assumptions are made when it comes to sexual abuse. As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Reduce is out to join the cause and help raise awareness and understanding of the act. Victims of sexual assault can experience many long-term emotional effects. Depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, […]

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Support after sexual assault is out there, 24/7. The month of April is dedicated to raising international awareness of sexual assault upon people of every age. The drive aims to promote help and support for victims of sexual abuse. Sexual assault is not just limited to any age or gender. Victims can experience assault at […]

Reduce Home Loans Awarded Mozo Experts Choice 2019

Reduce Home Loans awarded Mozo's Experts Choice 2019

This year Mozo compared 436 home loans across 85 bank and non-bank lenders to recognise the best value loans in the market for 2019. The awards were announced on March 21. Reduce Home Loans came out amongst the top, awarded Experts Choice Award across 5 Owner Occupied categories:   Find out more about how Mozo […]

Awarded Canstar 5-Stars for Outstanding Value 2019

Canstar 5 star awards for outstanding value 2019

Yesterday (March 20, 2019) Canstar announced their latest star ratings for the Home Loans category. Big Banks were not included in Canstar’s best home loan deals. For the 5th year in a row, Reduce Home Loans has been awarded 5 Stars for Outstanding Value – this time across three home loan categories. Reduce Home Loans was […]

Support Epilepsy Smart Schools

Epilepsy Smart Schools: Educate Me, Include Me

Support Epilepsy Smart Schools Initiative As part of Epilepsy awareness month, Reduce Home Loans is dedicating support toward research and funding toward epileptic research; and raising awareness for the need to support families affected by the disorder.   Epilepsy isn’t just one disorder. It is a family of brain disorders that causes convulsive and non-convulsive […]

How relevant is the Cash Rate, anyway?

Does the cash rate affect mortgage rates as much as we think?

On Tuesday (05 March) the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) held its monthly monetary policy meeting. The RBA elected to hold the official cash rate at a record low of 1.5% for the 36th consecutive month. The last cash rate change was in RBA’s August 2016 monetary policy meeting; a cut of 25 Base Points […]

March is Epilepsy Awareness Month

epilepsy scan

This month, Reduce Home Loans will be showing our support to those diagnosed with epilepsy. March is Epilepsy Awareness Month, an initiative supported by Epilepsy Australia where members of the public can engage in fundraising activities, donating and show support families affected by the disorder.   What is epilepsy? Epilepsy is a common brain function […]

Teal Ribbon Day

teal ribbon day

February 27 is teal ribbon day The month of February is ovarian cancer awareness month and February 27 is teal ribbon day! A day to support Aussie women living with ovarian cancer, honour those we have lost and help raise awareness of this deadly disease. Ovarian cancer is one of the deadliest cancers striking women […]

February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

ovarian cancer awareness

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month This month let’s spread awareness about ovarian cancer. It is the ninth most common cancer diagnosed in Australian women, and sixth most common cause of cancer deaths. 4 Australian women are diagnosed every day. 1 in 80 women will develop ovarian cancer in a lifetime. There are three types of ovarian […]