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Fixed or variable rates for your mortgage. Read more to see which option is ideal for your situation. http://www.wealthhealth.co.nz/mortgages-insurance-and-kiwisaver-blog/2017/fixed-vs-variable-home-loans

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It's important to make your money work hard for you, which is why we've got an article on compound interest and how it can make you richer faster. http://www.wealthhealth.co.nz/mortgages-insurance-and-kiwisaver-blog/2017/compoundinterestmakingyouwealthier

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Many of us find it tough to make and stick to a budget but it’s one of the most effective ways of managing money - especially if you're saving up to buy your first house http://www.wealthhealth.co.nz/mortgages-insurance-and-kiwisaver-blog/2017/btmuha970o9uu9g5nvyuuklba9nrh8

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Yup it sure is! We organise your mortgage, your different insurances, your kiwisaver AND IT COSTS YOU NOTHING! So rad!
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3 letters: O, C & R - what this could mean for you!
Have a squizz at our blog :)
http://goo.gl/j4YFOn
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G R E A T N E W S
House cap price increase plus income cap increase - just making it that little bit easier to buy a house!
Speak to us about what this can mean for you and have a read of this article.
http://goo.gl/kTIvRr
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Yup, it all comes from within... while we can't help with fitness and nutrition, we CAN help with all things money! ;)
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Yes, do this!! (Plus we can help if you get stuck along the way 😉)
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Have you decided to BUILD as opposed to BUYING an existing home? Have a read of our latest blog about some of the things to be aware of.

http://goo.gl/BUUWYt
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Ain't that the truth?!! I know its way more fun to drop $50 at Kmart on cute home stuff rather than put that in the bank to save towards your first home but...
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