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4 Ways to Avoid Debt When Shopping for Your First Home

Shopping for your first home can be an exciting experience—it’s a huge milestone in anyone’s life and can come with a lot of freedom. However, buying a home can be a challenging process if you’re not financially prepared to take on this type of responsibility. Here are four ways to prepare your finances for homeownership and […]

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View from the Bridge: Australians Far Too Complacent About the Economy

Despite the monumental shift in the World economy and the considerable distance we still have to travel to recover and restructure, the Australian media, Reserve Bank and the population as a whole has decided to put their heads in the sand. The overwhelming sentiment is that Australia has in some way missed the worst of the economic crisis and is powering ahead. Sydney real estate agent Michael Marquette of luxury real estate agency Marquette Turner Luxury Homes explains that the decision of the Reserve Bank to lift interest rates from 3% to 3.25% today is testament to this way of thinking

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Australian Real Estate: Finance Data for May 2009

Luxury real estate agent Michael Marquette takes a look at Australian real estate data, such as home loans, lending, household debt, finance commitments, buying real estate, selling real estate for the month of May 2009.

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Credit Crisis: Jon Stewart interviews Peter Schiff on The Daily Show

In “Crash Proof”, you can learn how inflation REALLY happens, what’s REALLY happening with the bailouts and credit crisis, this book (and indeed the interviews) will certainly provide you with some more understanding.

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One Step Closer to the Workers Paradise? Karl Marx, Communism and Now

“Owners of capital will stimulate working class to buy more and more of expensive goods, houses and technology, pushing them to take more and more expensive credits, until their debt becomes unbearable. The unpaid debt will lead to bankruptcy of banks, which will have to be nationalized, and the State will have to take the road which will eventually lead to communism.”

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The MASTERPLAN Part 2: Credit Cards, Consumer Credit & Endless Economic Growth (with podcast)

Australians owe approximately $45 billion AUD on credit cards and is ranked as the third most indebted nation in the world when comparing total household debt to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), behind the UK and the US. … Who hasn’t seen a television commercial offering credit cards with low introductory interest rates on balance transfers (except for cash withdrawals which instantly are charged at the top rate) to entice people to further increase their personal debts?

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