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Historically there is a strong relationship between the availability of credit from banks (loans) and asset prices. When loans are easy to get and cheap to repay everyone takes advantage of the cheap money to buy assets and make money with investments and expansions in their businesses. When loans are harder to come by and the cost of the loan increases, fewer people are able or willing to take them, and as such asset prices...

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For those who have dependents in their family, life insurance is an important part of their financial plan. Without life protection, the untimely death of the primary income earner can devastate a family at the time that they are most vulnerable financially. What many people do not realise is that when you get a mortgage from the bank to buy a piece of real estate, in the majority of cases they will require you to...

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Japan Housing Finance Agency announced on April 4 new mortgage loans by business category for the period April to June 2019. New mortgage loans at major financial institutions during the period amounted to ¥4.8 trillion (up 2.1% year-on-year). The breakdown is highest for domestic banks at ¥3.3 trillion (up 2.4%). Next, “Flat 35 (mortgages)” by the Japan Housing Finance Agency, was ¥524.8 billion (down 3.6%), the Labour Bank organization (similar to a credit union) was...