It’s been a few years since I’ve written a house insurance article but it’s only now that I’m getting the hang of it.
In the early 2000s I had a few problems with the way insurance companies handled things, but I managed to get a house to market in time for the financial crisis.
I bought my first home in Australia in 2010, and I’d been living there ever since.
In just four years, I’ve lived in all but two of them, mostly in Sydney and Melbourne.
And in all those years I’ve bought a new house every year.
I’m a big believer in buying your own home, which is why I spent so much time researching the ins and outs of property insurance and how I could get started.
I wanted a secure way to cover the whole property, so I’d buy the insurance for a set price and make payments towards the property when it was ready.
I wanted a long-term, solid investment that would last for years, and that’s exactly what I’ve been getting for my money.
But there was a catch.
I needed a mortgage that covered my whole mortgage, not just the mortgage that was on the line.
So I started researching for a mortgage with a higher interest rate, a higher payment rate and a higher deductible.
And what did I find?
I found an article from the Australian Financial Review (AFR) that detailed the insurance rates offered by various companies.
In one of the articles, it mentioned that a home insurance policy with an interest rate of 3.5% was the cheapest.
The rate for a 3.0% mortgage was 3.9%.
But a 5% mortgage would be around $1,400, which wasn’t exactly cheap.
In short, you could buy a house for $600,000, pay $500,000 in mortgage payments and still have a mortgage of $1.3 million.
The problem was, I didn’t have a good way to calculate what the interest rate would be if I applied for an Australian Mortgage Broker (AMB) loan.
And since the AMB loan is a fixed term, you couldn’t make payments at the end of the term to secure a mortgage.
So I did some research, and found a website that did offer some good figures on what the mortgage rate might be at different rates.
It was called Fitch’s Australian Mortgage Rates Calculator, and it showed an average mortgage of 1.7%.
I clicked on the link and entered in my address and details of the house and my credit score. I didn