In the past two years, banks have virtually
stopped giving investors “interest-only”
loans on Australian property, and have been
insisting on buyers making regular principle
repayments.

This has led many investors to
become confused, and unsure whether an
investment property still makes sense with
this type of repayment.

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And as interest rates move up from their record low rates, some investors are put off investing believing rates are "too high". This special report examines how you can actually pay 3.87% on a 6% per cent loan by simply changing the way you repay.

And NO, it is NOT a matter of making more frequent repayments, OR additional payments. (BUT if you DO that AS WELL then it means the rate will become even lower.)