Andrew Mirams

If you believed all of the media headlines, young people across the whole of Australia will never own property. According to media reports, housing affordability is the worst it’s ever been, so us “youngsters” should just give up and stay living at mum and dad’s – forever. Sorry, dad. Australia...

Part of Melbourne’s property landscape – and identity – has always been its iconic terrace houses. Built mainly in the 19th Century, they remain some of the most desirable properties in the inner-city with most ripe for renovation – if you can afford to buy one in the...

Maybe you are like us and think that rent-vesting is the exclusive domain of first time investors struggling to get into the property market.  Andrew Mirams from Intuitive Finance explains that it is becoming popular with astute investors. He also details how the banks are...

It’s the age-old question, isn’t it? Who is better at finances? Women or men? Of course, each gender has their reasons why they believe they’re better than the other. From being more cautious with money to comparing phone plans to make sure they get the best deal, women...

Brisbane has been in the property news a lot, and not all of it has been complimentary. The Sunshine State capital’s much publicised new unit oversupply has been hogging plenty of headlines, but is such coverage warranted? Cranes, cranes everywhere Back in the days of Queensland Premier Peter...

 Andrew discusses with Kevin the differences between financing an established property and starting from scratch with a new build.  This can be where you buy the land and engage the builder or if you buy a new property directly from a builder.  Andrew talks about...

The “A-word” is in the headlines a lot lately isn’t it? When we say that, of course, we mean affordability. Would-be homeowners in Sydney and Melbourne are finding it increasingly difficult to get a foothold in the market. The great thing is that plenty of potential property owners...

Did you know that back in the 17th Century tulips were seen as “assets” that could make you rich? In fact, according to various accounts, the demand for tulip bulbs in the Netherlands in particular soared from the early 1600s to 1633, when “Tulip Mania” hit...

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