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  • fishngym replied to the topic When Real Estate photos get to personal – Fail!!! in the forum I’d rather run with knives 14 years, 7 months ago

    I'd rather run with knives in the kitchen than fall onto that.

  • fishngym replied to the topic Credit Checks in the forum Finance 14 years, 8 months ago

    If you pay, you receive the file within 24 or 48 hrs (can't remember which one.) If you choose the free option, it only takes a couple of days. This was the case in August. Just have a good look through the website and you should have some success. Best of luck.

  • fishngym replied to the topic Credit Checks in the forum Finance 14 years, 8 months ago

    As Richard posted.I recently applied for mine. It only took a couple of days when choosing the free option.

  • fishngym replied to the topic Park trent properties group in the forum Help Needed! 14 years, 8 months ago

    If you want to buy hassle free, overpriced property then they offer the product that you're after.I recently had an appointment to find out about their NRAS products as I couldn't get any info without an appointment.I appreciated the efforts that their staff made to enable the appointment but they squirmed when I had a few questions for them. You…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic LMI Refund? in the forum Help Needed! 14 years, 10 months ago

    G'day Tugger.You are correct. Richard is the man.Richard is correct. My dealings with CBA indicated that the loan would have to be refinanced to receive a partial refund. They wouldn't recognise the money in a 100% offset account or a lump sum repayment on the loan. I didn't ask any questions about re evaluations but I think you may be out of…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic real estate agent/ agent representative income in the forum Heads Up! 14 years, 10 months ago

    I'd buy from you Karenday. But I don't know how may bargains would slip through your fingers.

  • G'day Terry,From memory (while ago now) the Acts Interpretation Act and Duties Act could not assist me any further with definitions. I don't believe there were any Revenue Rulings of assistance either.PTW,You had better treat her good or she might not be keen to give you another go. It takes a special kind of woman to want to get dviorced for…[Read more]

  • (a) after the transfer, the residential land will be owned by the parties as joint tenants or tenants in common in equal shares; and (b) the residence will be the principal residence of the parties. I have previously contacted the QLD OSR in relation to the definition of WILL be the principal place of residence. They passed me around without…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic Removing cross collaterisation with CBA in the forum G’day all,
    I had an
    14 years, 11 months ago

    G'day all,I had an impromptu discussion with the local CBA branch manager whilst at the food court today.Neither of us had all our questions and answers with us but it went a something like this.At 80% LVR for the individual property "it was a sure thing" that the loan security could be removed and the property could stand alone. I was told that…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic Removing cross collaterisation with CBA in the forum Finance 14 years, 11 months ago

    I gave the Comm Bank over the phone lenders a call today. Unfortunately she didn't have a clue about any policy, procedures, or reasons why I would make such a request.As per her advice, I'll go in and have a talk to the lenders at the local branch.Will keep you posted if I get some rough guidelines.

  • fishngym replied to the topic Unique FHOG query (QLD) in the forum Help Needed! 14 years, 11 months ago

    G'day Russco,Unless the FHOG Act has changed recently, it is a lawful application. Just delay getting engaged for a while.Just remember that the OSR also has it's own guidelines and legislaiton in relation to the applicable transaction duties.Banks would no laugh. If they laugh, walk out the door laughing and give your money to another lender.Best…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic Removing cross collaterisation with CBA in the forum Finance 14 years, 12 months ago

    G'day Enaaja,The primary purpose would be to try and hurdle the wall that Comm Bank may put up when I wish to purchase again. While Comm bank is willing to lend me money, I have no dilemmas with the structure. As soon as they won't fund a purchase, my options may become quite restrictive. I'd like to keep my refinancing costs to a minimum. I can…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic Removing cross collaterisation with CBA in the forum Finance 14 years, 12 months ago

    Thanks enaaja,The 80% LVR seems reasonable to me. I am now hoping to call them early next week to obtain a summary from them. Ideally the funds that we have in a 100% offset would be taken into consideration when assessing our risk. Ideally, and reality, are two different things though.

  • fishngym replied to the topic Removing cross collaterisation with CBA in the forum Finance 15 years ago

    Thanks for your input Holdandrefinance,I'll try and give them a call later this week to try and get a rough guideline of their policy. It will be a while though before we are at 80% LVR on the IPs. We would have to manipulate the PPOR offset money to bring the LVR down which is not a best case scenario for us. I think we'll just have to wait for…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic Removing cross collaterisation with CBA in the forum Finance 15 years ago

    Thanks for your replies.I just remembered the CBA lender making reference to "when the LVR becomes 90% on these two we'll be able to have these ones stand alone." Something along those lines. I might be off the mark though.In hindsight, I should have prodded a bit better and tried to negotiate some answers at the time. I just didn't know that…[Read more]

  • fishngym replied to the topic polishing floorboards in the forum G’day Karenday
    Spoke to
    15 years ago

    G'day KarendaySpoke to local floor installers/polishers. If they pull up carpet (don't know about other surfaces)  $8 per sqmTimber prep and polishing $30 to $36 + GST per sqm depending on quality of polish.Best of luck with the renos

  • fishngym replied to the topic API magazine? in the forum Heads Up! 15 years ago

    Yes, definitely subscribe and claim it on tax. I think it just cost me $89 for a yearly subscription. I seem to get mine a little before the newsagents get theirs.

  • fishngym replied to the topic New development will wipe out my views in the forum Great reference to case law 15 years ago

    Great reference to case law Linar. I'll try and have a read if I get a chance.Best of luck griffs. Keep us posted.

  • fishngym replied to the topic Free Property Sold Information website in the forum Finance 15 years ago

    Thanks Joseph12Fantastic link. It works a treat.

  • fishngym replied to the topic What clauses do you put on your contracts? in the forum Just a bump on this 15 years, 1 month ago

    Just a bump on this post.The title of the post has been changed because it was not interesting enough to read.Does anyone have any clauses that they have used effectively?Has anyone had any good/bad experiences with specific clauses?I have not had any dramas but I am keen to hear from those that have.CheersMarc

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