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
NAB does a do-si-do, increases home loan rates it cut two weeks ago
On Thursday NAB repriced a few fixed-rate home loans after cutting rates on the same products two weeks ago.
Average Aussie's net worth increases to $567,632
The latest ABS data for the June quarter revealed the average Aussie's net worth increased 2.1% to $567,632 off the back of a rebound in property values and ...
How 5.2% inflation will impact October's monetary policy decision
The ABS monthly inflation indicator came in at 5.2% in the 12 months to August, in-line with expectations and unlikely to push the chance of an RBA hike in O...
Customer-owned banks lead home loan charge in week of inquiry
Representatives from the Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA) on Thursday told a parliamentary inquiry into regional bank closures that mutual banks pun...
Which lenders are moving home loan rates, 22 September?
The past week was pretty subdued in terms of home loan rate movements, which primarily happened in the fixed space, but ANZ came to play.
Can I live in my SMSF Property?
A common SMSF question is whether you can live in a property owned by your fund after you retire. The short answer is yes - ...
Low-deposit investors get whacked by widening home loan margins
In terms of rate movement volume, it was a relatively subdued week, however some prominent banking names popped up - namely AMP, Westpac, and NAB.
How to buy property using an SMSF
Property is a popular asset class held within SMSFs. The most attractive part is you can decide exactly where to invest - so here’s how you do it and w...
Yet another micro-investing app launches - introducing Nine25
Money app Nine25 has launched a micro-investing platform where users can directly invest in up to four portfolios on launch, with plans to release 10 more.
All quiet on the mortgage front as few lenders move rates, 8 September
This week the two largest customer-owned banks in Australia moved home loan rates south, while a couple of smaller mutuals moved theirs north.
A strong uptick in mortgages exempt from 3% serviceability buffer
The latest APRA banking data shows there has been a strong uptick in mortgages exempt from serviceability criteria.
It's official: We're in a recession, a per-capita one
GDP growth per capita recorded its second consecutive quarter of negative growth, down 0.3%, signifying that our output per person is down.