Saving for a house in the post-covid age isn’t easy. With house prices becoming stratospheric, the Kiwi dream might start to seem more like a pipe dream.
We haven’t published a case study for a while, so here are two that will provide an overview of the borrowers and loans you’re investing in.
There’s been a lot happening here at the Squirrel garage and lots of movement in the financial world, so here’s an update on quite a few things.
Earlier this year we launched our P2P Home Loans and Business Property Loans that give investors access to residential first mortgage investments with returns of up to 5% p.a. As interest rates have fallen, investors are looking for better returns.
An update on Investor activity, interest rates, how our borrowers are tracking with the current economy and a general overview of our platform.
Having come from decades in banking Dave’s seen his fair share of cyber-crime and how it’s evolved alongside financial technology. He took the time to write down his recent experiences and tips on how to avoid becoming victim to cyber fraud.
As a general rule of thumb, any property investor who has at least six rental properties is viewed as a "professional" property investor through the eyes of the bank. And the way these investors are treated by the banks is markedly different to someone whose main income is not from property.