Happy New Year! Here’s to a prosperous 2021!

Well, that was a year for the history books. Time to start looking forward, we reckon! And the good news is 2021 offers plenty of promise. So what’s your New Year’s resolution?

While we saw the national housing market dip throughout the middle of 2020, it’s already started to recover, and many experts predict it’ll rebound even stronger in 2021 as the COVID-19 vaccination is rolled out across the country.

With that optimistic outlook in mind, now’s a great time to sit down and ask yourself: what am I aiming for in 2021?

A new home? A caravan to explore Australia in? Or now that you’ve had a taste of working from home, possibly a new business idea?

Because, let’s face it, while we’re all for health-inspired New Year’s resolutions (well, kinda), it doesn’t hurt to have a financial resolution too.

And usually the two work hand-in-hand quite well.

For example, the less you spend on booze, take-away coffees or Uber Eats, the more you can put towards savings to your 2021 financial goal.

So over this New Year’s long weekend have a little think about what you might want to achieve in 2021.

Whatever it is, rest assured that we’ll be here for you to help you achieve it.

And if you just want to enjoy 2021 after enduring the horror show that was 2020, we’re all for that too!

Happy New Year and all the best for the year ahead!

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