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Richard Symes

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Richard Symes is the CEO and founder of Credit Repair Australia, the leading provider of credit and debt solutions. Richard pioneered the credit restoration sector and developed Australia’s first credit restoration process over a decade ago, allowing Australians to have black marks completely removed from their credit report. In 1999 Richard also played a pivotal role in using new Australian laws to develop workable solutions for people struggling with debt. Known as Credit Repair Australia’s debt solutions, these options now allow Australians to pay back their debts at an amount that is affordable, which may not include interest or paying the full amount of what is owed.

“We are good at what we do because we believe in what we do. We enjoy helping people get their lives back, especially when they are affected by their credit rating. We built Credit Repair Australia with one purpose in mind, to get results that can give people back control of your life.”

For more information on Credit Repair Australia visit www.creditrepairaustralia.com

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Richard Symes

Making the most out of historically-low interest rates

With the cost of mortgages expected to fall even further after interest rates plummeted to a historic low in February, i...
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4 ways to avoid a post-Christmas credit crisis

Planning ahead this festive season can save an unwanted default on your file.  ...
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Banks have reduced their fixed-rate home loans

It seems we are in the midst of a mortgage war with many of the big banks reducing their fixed-rate home loans to all-ti...
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Is Australia in the midst of a housing bubble?

Opinion is divided about whether or not Australian property prices are in 'bubble territory'. Regardless of your view th...
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Investment property owners beware

An increase in rental properties has seen the power shift to tenants. ...
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Have first home buyers been hurt by the latest budget?

If you're considering purchasing property with a partner, you need to consider what could go wrong, and be prepared for ...
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Top three tips for securing loan approval

If you are looking for that dream home or investment property, it pays dividends to be well prepared from the outset, es...
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Why comprehensive reporting may have affected your property dreams

As of 12 March 2014, the biggest changes to the Privacy Act since its inception in 1988 have come into effect.  But wha...
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Could sexually transmitted debt ruin your real estate goals?

If you're considering purchasing property with a partner, you need to consider what could go wrong, and be prepared for ...
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New Year's Resolutions: Top 3 prosperity tips for 2014

Most people have a bad track record when it comes to keeping their New Year's resolutions, but when it comes to masterin...
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Avoiding the Christmas credit card hangover

Tis’ the season to be jolly; however for many come 2014, it could be the season to be sorry. ...
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Tougher hurdles ahead for younger home buyers

Changes to the Privacy Act take effect in March 2014 and some people who would be approved for finance today, may strugg...
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The best things in life are free

For many home buyers, Government grants are very appealing, at least on the surface. That said, we need to cough up quit...
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A property investor's guide to the election

Labor and the Coalition look remarkably similar when it comes to real estate policy, which leaves us trying to work out ...
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The young and the restless

The typical Australian with a poor credit report is male, aged 33 and lives on the east coast, according to a recent sur...

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