More and more home buyers are frustrated trying to get a mortgage in the current lending climate. Buyers like you, from the IT industry, are one of them. You are very often in well paid contract & full-time jobs or are successfully self-employed, but you don’t quite tick all the boxes.
Luckily, GenV understands IT professionals and your financial requirements. We will thoroughly look at your complete financial situation to help you move up on the property ladder and achieve your goals - be them buying your very first dream home or growing a million dollar property portfolio that would enable you to retire early! We can work with your current bank or the most competitive and appropriate option we locate from our extensive panel of lenders to achieve these goals.Start the Conversation
We understand what is important to contractors who are either taking out a mortgage for their first home purchase or need an investment property loan. There are 4 free Programs that suit individual needs and circumstances. Get started today! Select the goal that suits you best and find out which program will take you closer to achieving your dream (and higher on the property ladder).Learn More
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Home buyers working in IT contract positions unfortunately don’t quite tick all of the banks’ lending criteria boxes. Without a steady job or longstanding record of proven income, their limited financial security is a risk.
genV understands your employees’ unique financial requirements and through our Employee Benefit Program can offer a range of specifically designed mortgage services, free consultations, tools and programs.
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Are affordability concerns holding back your property investment ambitions? You may well be pleasantly surprised to learn that the nation’s housing affordability situation is showing signs of improving. But is it really turning a corner?
Housing affordability has improved slightly over the last three quarters, said Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) president Pamela Bennet, who added that this is good news “in the current circumstances”.
According to the latest REIA/Deposit Power Housing Affordability Report for the March 2012 quarter, the nationwide proportion of family income required to meet loan repayments decreased by 0.9% compared to the previous quarter – and now sits at 32%.Learn More