the grants, schemes and free money available to eligible home buyers
With rising house prices and the general malaise of Australian media putting all blame on young Australians failing to ‘save’ or ‘negotiate’ a raise, the blame has been put squarely on zennials for being unable to (magically) come up with the $1,000 per day that Sydney house prices rose by in 2021.
There is no amount of cut back on lattes that would compensate for that increase.
But, despite Bernard Salt’s criticisms of my generation, I’m here to help.
The point of this post is to point you towards resources (and in particular governments grants) which might make the pinch a little less painful.
Here’s a list of links to direct you to the places for information on government grants.
This is the post I wish I saw everywhere because it talks about ways to save money that don’t actually ruin your enjoyment of life or leave you on a short-term restrictive spending ban which inevitably backfires and you’re looking around your bedroom full of shopping bags coming out of your online shopping spiral wondering how all of this happened to you.
There’s thousands of investing books but it is overwhelming as a beginner to sort the brilliant from the ugly. I get asked all the time ‘what are the best investing books for beginners’ or ‘where do I start researching to invest’. So, here are my favourite investing books.