Have you recently reviewed your home or investment property loans with a specialist?
If not, then now is a good time to get started.
The two recent Reserve Bank interest rate cuts have definitely shaken up the mortgage playing field, and you may be paying too much for your loans.
You should find a specialist finance broker and independently review your options.
For more strategic debt management tips, such as how to repay your mortgage more quickly, or what the difference is between offset accounts and redraw accounts, you can download my ebook HERE.
It has all the information doctors and dentists need to know about managing your debt better.
I hope you find value in it.
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