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Proud Sponsors of the Enfield Federals Junior Rugby League Club

Registration is now underway at one of the first junior rugby league teams in the western suburbs district. The Enfield Federals Rugby League Club's proud history dates back to 1912. Having produced plenty of league legends over these years, look out for those young up-and-comers this year! The team at iChoice Concord are proud to…
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Haven’t considered iChoice for Equipment Finance? Think again.

iChoice can arrange equipment finance and leases at the most competitive rates available. Due to our large client base we're regularly provided discounted rates that we pass on. Since equipment finance isn't part of the 'core business' we're in a unique position to provide amazing rates and finance terms. Call today and have a chat…
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Proud Sponsors of Mates on a Mission

Jason, Jeff and the iChoice team attended the Mates on a Mission Charity Golf last month held at Sydneys picturesque Liverpool Golf Course. The day was in aid of raising funds for various charity groups in need. Co-founder and Tigers captain, Robbie Farah, takes pride in what the group have achieved today. Robbie and his…
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What has happened to the great Aussie backyard?

Despite our professed love of the backyard barbecue, our outdoor space is shrinking as homes grow ever larger. Adjunct Professor Tony Hall at Griffith University's urban research program asks, just what is Australia's love of property doing to our environment? It is not often that a substantial change in urban form occurring throughout a modern…
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It’s time for a fundamental rethink of how we buy and sell property

Today, University of Cambridge Professor of Geography Susan Smith explains how the property market carries unnecessary risk for home buyers - risk that could be avoided through the use of prudent financial innovation. The idea of financial innovation around housing is generally viewed with disdain these days. After all, it sparked a major economic crisis,…
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A house for half the cost? Here’s how

Along with [link url="http://www.smh.com.au/afl/afl-news/fevola-eyes-state-league-and-book-deal-20111213-1ot6p.html"]poorly behaved sporting figures[/link], [link url="http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/celebrity/ill-be-back-vile-kyle-sandilands-to-return-in-2012-after-journo-threat/story-e6frfmqi-1226218401635"]Kyle Sandilands[/link], and [link url="http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/more-news/police-busted-bashing-hoon-driver-in-mansfield/story-fn7x8me2-1226222314621"]casual police brutality[/link], crushingly large mortgages are basically accepted as an unpleasant fact of life. But what if we could change the way we repaid our loans to pay less interest and enjoy improved home affordability? Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of…
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As the Occupy movement targets housing, what can we learn here?

Today, Professor Frank Stilwell in the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney writes on a fascinating new direction for the Occupy protest movement and what Australia might learn. An interesting spin-off has recently emerged from Occupy Wall Street movement in the United States. Born from the activism of demonstrators protesting against corporate…
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Debunking the myths peddled by Australia

It's one of the mostly hotly debated topics surrounding property: do Australia's high residential prices constitute a bubble? Yes, says Phillip Soos, researcher at Deakin University's School of International and Political Studies, tackling what he says are the four most popular arguments used by "bubble deniers". For over half a decade in Australia, a fierce…
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