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We're excited to help you plan purchasing your first home!

Claire or Greg from My Mortgage will be in touch really soon to find out more about where things are at for you right now and then give you advice and tools to get you on the path to buying your first property.


In the meantime, check out the helpful information on our blog about buying your first home. 

From the My Mortgage First Home Buyers Blog

Top tips on making offers

Arguably one of the most exciting parts of the "purchasing a home" process is making your first offer on a property!  I've heard plenty of stories (especially in the last few years in a busy market)Read more

A Guide to Back My Build

(For information on ANZ's Blueprint to Build scheme, check out this blog) The team at My Mortgage are receiving heaps of questions around the recently announced Back My Build variable rate that ASBRead more

Buying a house from family at below market value - How to make that work.

With the way house prices are going, a lot of parents, grandparents and "adoptive family" are looking at ways to help people out to get on the property ladder. One of the ays we are seeing thisRead more

Valuations - What's The Deal?

There are so many different types of valuations, but the one we deal with the most in our line of work are Registered Valuations, or quite commonly referred to as an RV.  What is an RV?  This isRead more

The Risk of Fixing Your Home Loan

We have seen over the last year or so that rates have trended down and rates have looked attractive on both the shorter terms and longer terms, so we wanted to have a quick chat to help youRead more

Changes to the First Home Loan & First Home Grant

Yesterday the government made an announcement on changes to help keep buying your first home within reach. One of the key changes made is to the criteria of the First Home Grant and First Home LoanRead more

Getting your low equity margin removed.

When you get a home loan at more that 80% Loan to value ratio (Find out more about LVR's here) the banks charge you a bit extra for the privilege of borrowing that money when you have a smallerRead more

Buying a property at auction with less than a 20% deposit

With the property market as hot as it is, a lot of properties are being sold via auction and understandably so. We are hearing of great prices for people selling their properties at auction. However,Read more

Getting a home loan when you're on one income

Buying a new home on one income either as a single person or when you or your partner are not working can feel really difficult but there are ways to make things work and things to consider. Read more

Banishing Short Term Debt forever...

Every single day, as a Mortgage Broker, I say to myself “I wish more people understood debt and how to beat it”.  People contact me to buy their first home, and at least 50% of the time eitherRead more

Using KiwiSaver for your unconditional day deposit?

For many first home buyers, their KiwiSaver forms a large part (some if not all) of their deposit for a home, and we are frequently asked the question as to how this can be used to pay their deposit Read more

What do banks look at for self employed income & why?

Being self employed is a great option for many people and can give freedom in a lot of areas of life. It can also mean a few more challenges, and a question we often get asked is "Why is it harderRead more