Have You Been Taking Stock Of Your Personal Housing Loan? Why Loan Stock Take Is Important.

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Have you been taking stock of your housing loan portfolio?  If not then it is now time to identify where your strengths and weaknesses in your housing loan portfolio lie. To achieve this you need to have a personal ‘Stock Take’.

Just as in the same way that any business carries out a ‘stock take’ on their inventory to find out exactly where they are up to, you also need to measure your current loan position in order to plan the most appropriate way to go forward from here.

You need to know what your strengths and weaknesses in your current loan portfolio and exactly what your starting position is compared to now so you can work with your strengths, work on your weaknesses and measure and monitor your loan status as you move forward.

As much as possible, we will base this ‘stock take’ around the ‘Big T’s so the first step is to identify what your time skills are around financial matters. If you can’t control your time you can’t control your money. Money is a time sensitive thing too.

Next you need to identify how much you actually know about money in your existing loan portfolio. If you have no knowledge of your existing loan portfolio you have little hope of changing direction. By knowing the existing loan portfolio details you can take actions to remedy the mistakes immediately instead of towards the end of your loan tenure. Knowledge in action is power!

After that we will look at issues or weaknesses you are subjected to and the numbers themselves so we know exactly how bad things really are and see what needs to change to remove or minimize those influences from the equation.

These four steps combined will give you a complete Stock-Take of the financial ‘you’ and allow you to establish a clear picture of exactly what the problem is. Not just the numbers, but the actual problem behind the numbers! You will be in a position to clearly state what caused the debts to increase and what needs to be done to eliminate or minimized them permanently. You can take stock of your loan portfolio and resolve your issues fast by using the Avermax system which is a very timely tool and has an accuracy of 99% to help you save interest and reduce loan tenure by 50%.

Avermax systems will provide you a diagnostic report on your current loan portfolio and will help you to resolve the issues arising (if any) and thereafter help you reduce your interest and loan tenure by 50%. To find our more on Avermax systems click here

By | 2017-02-22T17:03:47+00:00 September 2nd, 2015|Blog & Article, Mortgage & Loans|0 Comments

About the Author:

Stephy Lim,co-founder of Rapid Property Connect, graduated from Monash University Australia in 2009 under Dean's commendation list. She has been actively involved in the real estate and property development industry since 2012 because of her passion for it. Stephy's work experience spans all areas in property business, from feasibility studies, market research, sales administration, marketing and project marketing both locally and overseas. Stephy started investing in property at the age of 25, inspired by her partners. Together with her partners and under the mentor-ship of John Lee of Wealth Dragons UK, she decided to quit her corporate job and worked full-time on her online property investment consultancy business. Rapid Property Connect core business is to provide education and property investment consultancy by giving values through continuous education.

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