About the author
Harrison is a Financial Analyst and Editor at InfoChoice. Prior to joining the InfoChoice Group in January 2020, he worked for some of Australia's largest comparison sites and media organisations.
With a keen interest in the economy, housing policy, and personal finance, Harrison strives to deliver and edit news and guides that are engaging, thought-provoking, and simple to read.
In the media
- Millennials are now behaving like their Boomer parents thanks to inflation - News.com.au
- Why a mum on a fixed rate mortgage is down to one meal a day - Daily Mail
- Two-bedroom apartments becoming a dying breed as cost of living crisis bites - News.com.au
- How much less homebuyers can borrow after the 7.1% HECS increase - Nine Newspapers
- Brutal reality of Australia's cost-of-living crisis - Daily Mail
- Rental stress at dire levels in Australia, amid calls for better government action - 9News.com.au
- Fast-falling inflation points to interest rate relief - Australian Property Investor Magazine
- Rental stress grips two-thirds of Aussie renters - Australian Broker
Harrison's latest articles
Tenant Selection Checklist: Finding the Perfect Fit for Landlords
If you want to become a property investor, one of the key ways to make money is through tenants - but how do you start? Here...
Bank Hardship Assistance: How to Claim Help
Have you unexpectedly hit some financial difficulties paying your bills and meeting your expenses? You might be in financial hardship and you could be eligib...
What are the penalties for breaking a term deposit early?
Term deposits are a secure and predictable investment vehicle as long as you don't close the account or withdraw funds early - but what are the penalties for...
Which banks offer 5% savings accounts?
Savers are enjoying interest rates not seen for more than 10 years, with around 30 individual banks offering savings accounts of 5% p.a. or greater.
RBA fence-sitting leads to lenders hedging their bets on home loans
An RBA cash rate hold and a refusal to rule out, or rule-in, further rate hikes has led to quite a few lenders adjusting rates slightly on home loans.
What does my credit score mean and how does it work?
Your credit score is the rating that lenders, banks and any other institutions that may have to lend you money or enter into a contract with you use to deter...
What's the RBA got cooking up for the cash rate in February?
The Reserve Bank is all but certain to hold the cash rate at February's monetary policy board meeting, according to a near-unanimous view of economists and e...
How does a home loan for Expats, Temporary Visas or Non-residents work?
Whether you’re an expat or a non-resident of Australia, it’s possible to get a home loan but your options might ...
Average home loan size rockets to $624k, renters' hands forced
New ABS data showed the value of new home loans fell 4.1% to $26.27 billion in December but the average loan size for owner occupiers hit a new record of $62...
Home Loan Cashback Offers and Deals
While waning in popularity thanks to interest rate rises, there are still a number of lenders offering cashback offers and o...
Quest for growth: Macquarie Bank reprices variable-rate home loans
Following moves on fixed rates last week, Macquarie Bank has slashed rates on a wide variety of variable-rate home loans. Is this a signal of things to come?...
The term deposit downhill slide continues
This week, customer-owned banks such as Bank Australia and Move varied term deposit rates, while other leaders such as Judo and Macquarie Bank continued wiel...