Banking & Guide to your Arrival in Australia
Australian banks understand that settling into life in a new country can be a challenge. Many things are likely to be different in Australia and you may find it hard to know where to turn for information and advice. First Thing’s First Your arrival checklist: If you have just arrived in Australia, the Federal Government recommends you should do the following as soo
Managing your Finances in Australia on 25 October 2010, 02.39
Managing your Finances in Australia
Australia’s banking system operates in a similar way to banks in other parts of the world. The banks are accessible and banking staff are accustomed to catering to non-English language speakers. When you’re moving around the world, there’s a lot to think about — from arranging a visa to transporting your belongings, to finding somewhere to live. You
Purchasing Property in Australia on 25 October 2010, 02.44
Purchasing Property in Australia
Northern Brisbane, SE Queensland: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double garage – AUD$418,000. It’s never been easier to purchase residential property in Australia. The Australian Government encourages foreign investment, and with the recently relaxed Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) laws, it’s the perfect time to buy the home of your dreams. Foreign nationals plan
Mortgages for Migrants on 22 November 2011, 01.55
Mortgages for Migrants
Are you a new migrant to Australia? Now that you have settled in, it’s time to buy a home. However buying a home in a country that you are not familiar with can be a challenge. Tips for buying a home in Australia Here are some simple tips to help get you started:• Don’t buy in the first few months of arriving in Australia. Take the time to get to know your city
Your finances in Australia on 14 August 2011, 02.37
Your finances in Australia
HSBC understands that moving to a new country is both exciting and challenging and that for each person the experience is unique. Here is some local knowledge to help you make your transition. The People Today, Australia’s population of around 22 million is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse in the world. Australians celebrate diversity and are kn