Tools & Advice

We're here to help you approach the homebuilding journey with added confidence. From finance and budgets, to the questions you must ask your builder, we've got it all covered.


A basic yet powerful loan repayment calculator.

The upfront, ongoing and discharge fees of a loan makes an apples to apples comparison difficult.

Chosen a reasonable loan size? Now is the time to get specific, with this budget calculator.

Wondering if you could shorten loan term with extra repayments?

A visual representation of your loan against time is useful, especially when values are being tailored to suit you.

You may wonder how much you will owe after a certain number of years.

Interest only loans lower your short term repayments but can be a risky endeavor.

Gauge the maximum amount of money that can be borrowed weighed against multiple incomes and expenses.

Structuring your savings by setting goals is a good way to stay on top of your finances.

Home loans can be fixed rate, variable rate or a combination of the two. This tool reveals the result of splitting your loan as part fixed and part variable.

Use this calculator to calculate stamp duty and other fees.


Are you considering investing in a house and land package?

From home layout and design to square footage, the sky is the limit in what you'd like to have in your new house.

Once you have found that perfect plot of land, it's time to start thinking about building your home.

As new land developments continue to jump in popularity, it's never been a more exciting time to build a new home.

If you're in the market to build a new house, look at house and land packages.

Building a new home, you'll need to have funds available to cover the costs of the build.

Read on for some of the most common mistakes people make when building a new home and how you can avoid them.

When searching for a smarter way to invest, countless people have turned to the world of real estate to help.

Building a new home is incredibly exciting, but don't make the mistake of hiring the wrong home builder.

Building a new home is not something that can just happen overnight; it takes time.