How your living expenses will affect your borrowing ability and is it time to chat with your lender?
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How your living expenses will affect your borrowing ability and is it time to chat with your lender?

By Staff Reporter
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In this week's The Smart Property Investment Show, top mortgage broker Ross Le Quesne offers his forecast on possible rate hikes in the months ahead, and we look at how investors can navigate tighter serviceability requirements. 

@philliptarrant and Sterling Publishing’s mortgages and real estate managing editor, James Mitchell, are joined by special guest Ross Le Quesne to discuss all things lending, including last year’s raft of APRA-instigated changes.

Ross provides an update on how new serviceability requirements are threatening clients’ portfolio growth, and gives an insight into how investors should be engaging with their lender to ensure they’re getting the best deal possible.

All this and more in the latest episode of The Smart Property Investment Show.

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Listen to other instalments of The Smart Property Investment Show:
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Episode 103: Special Episode: Phil and Munzurul talk steering the growth and development of portfolios by managing cash flow
Episode 102: Investor reveals how to find the perfect property manager
Episode 101: From 12 to 100 properties – how this investor will achieve his goals
Episode 100: Property investor talks research, teamwork and balance in his portfolio
Episode 99: Portfolio update: SPI opens its books to reveal all the nitty-gritty details
Episode 98: Buyer's agent forecasts what’s to come for Aussie property market
Episode 97: ‘How we achieved financial security through property’ – the Property Twins reveal all
Episode 96: Tips for tackling pest and building inspections head-on
Episode 95: The top 10 things every investor should check before buying a property
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