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Save hard before you try to buy

What the experts say

TRUE, Lenders prefer borrowers with big deposits, offering them preferential rates of interest. So if you have at least 25 per cent of the purchase price to put down you will have access to the widest range of deals at the most competitive interest rates.

 
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Do I need to learn the mortgage lingo?

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TRUE, when you shop for a home loan and read through a number of mortgage terms and conditions, you will come across financial terminology that you probably won't find elsewhere. It is very important for you to understand those mortgage terms so that you can secure the best deal possible.

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