Ray White Queensland CEO, Tony Warland said parents wanted to help secure their children’s future and they thought helping buy property could do that.Mr Warland said this could help them grow their wealth to get a more substantial deposit together to buy a home they would like to live in.”“There is nothing more rewarding than seeing children entering into their first property investment whether it be a home or investment it is wanting to secure a future for them.’’The research found the most common way that parents helped was allowing their children to live rent free in their home and contributing money toward a deposit.Some acted as a guarantor, helped with repayments or bought as a partner with their children.About 9 per cent of parents delayed their retirement in order to help their children out and 4 per cent said they would sell some assets. Kirsty Lamont of Mozo said parents realised it was hard for their children to save enough for a deposit on their own.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour agoMs Lamont said this could be because parents realised it was just too hard for young people to pull the money together to service a mortgage and pay them back.She said not all parents were contributing money but many were doing what they could to help including allowing their children to move back home rent free, so they could save.The research found 29 per cent of Australian families offered financial assistance to their children with the average amount being $64,206.“For many first home buyers, house prices around Australia can be absolutely daunting. It can take years to scrimp and save for a home deposit, all the while house prices continue to skyrocket, becoming increasingly inaccessible,’’ she said.Ray White Queensland CEO, Tony Warland said it was something he had seen in past years with families of different cultural backgrounds but now it had become more widespread.He said it wasn’t always cash but often it could be offering their own property as equity.“I would say that a lot of family members are helping their children not necessarily into homes (to live in) but also to get into an investment property.’’ Parents have become major lenders to their children trying to get into the property market.ALMOST a third of home buyers have to rely on money from their parents to buy their own home with Queensland mums and dads digging deep.According to research by financial comparison website Mozo this makes the “Bank of Mum and Dad’’ the fifth biggest mortgage lender in Australia, behind the big four banks.And it appears the Bank of Mum and Dad are a generous bunch with 67 per cent not expecting to be repaid.New research by Mozo revealed Queensland parents kicked in on average $44,694 to help their children into the property market.Nationally parents had contributed $65.3 billion to their children to buy their first property.The research asked parents how they helped their children and if they did how much they contributed.Mozo director, Kirsty Lamont, said it showed the many first home buyers were unable to independently take their first step onto the property ladder.“I think it was certainly surprising that the Bank of Mum and Dad is such a major lender in the property market,’’ she said.“I think it is really interesting that the fact that many parents don’t expect their kids to repay them financially.’’
Batesville Swim Results at 3-Way Meet with South Dearborn at Lawrenceburg.Final team results are: Girls: BHS 144, SD 92, LHS 85. Girls are 15-5 on the season (9-4 in EIAC).Boys: BHS 166, LHS 66, SD 5. Boys are 13-4 on the season (9-3 in EIAC).Varsity Event Winners Girls: Hannah Cox 100 Fly, Emily Gutzwiller 100 Breast, Taylor Villani 200 Free, Elizabeth Weiler 200 IM , 100 Breast.Varsity Event Winners Boys: Thomas Hatcher 50 Free, 100 Fly, Matt Weiler, 100 Free, 100 Breast, Jacob Hawkins 200 IM, 500 Free, Seth Parker 200 Free, 100 Back.JV Event Winners: Maggie Schwettman 50 Free, Clayton McKinley 50 Free, Evan Miller, 100 Fly, 100 Breast; Sarah Poltrack 100 Free, Zach Hall 100 Free, 100 Back Ally Ritter.Personal Improvements: Hannah Cox 200 IM, Emily Gutzwiller 50 Free, Lexi Hatcher 100 Breast, Clayton McKinley 500 Free, Lydia Olsen 100 Back, Seth Parker 200 Free, Harsh Patel 200 Free/100 Free, Beth Schwettman 100 Free, Ally Ritter 100 Back, Elizabeth Weiler 100 Back. Matt Weiler 100 Free/100 Breast.Submitted by Batesville Coach TJ Greene.
Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram By Duro IkhazuagbeÂ with agency reportFormer Argentina star, Jorge Burruchaga, has revealed that the South American nation is aiming to win her third World Cup in Russia next year.The former winger who scored Albicelesteâ€™s winning goal in the 3-2 defeat of then West Germany at Mexico â€™86, told Super Eagles Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr, Argentina was gunning for the silverware again 31 years after. In a chat withÂ Scorenigeria.comÂ yesterday,Â the Franco-German Nigerian gaffer revealed his discussions with Burruchaga at the last World Cup 2018 Draw ceremony in Moscow early this month.â€œI met Jorge Burruchaga at the (World Cup) draw.Â He told me â€˜we are coming to win the World Cup,â€™ revealed the Eagles coach who is also aiming to make history with the three-time African champions.To show how serious the Argentines are about their ambition to win the cup in Russia, Rohr also hinted that the teamâ€™s handler Jorge Sampaoli and his crew have already secured a training base.â€œThey have chosen a magnificent base camp and will put everything in to make it (winning the cup) happen,â€ Rohr stressed.To Nigerian football fans still celebrating the 4-2 defeat of the Albiceleste in an international friendly in Krasnodar, Russia, Rohr stressed that Argentina is not the same team without Messi.Â â€œWe will not make the mistake of thinking that we already know them (Argentina).â€œWe beat them in friendly Krasnodar last month, but Argentina played without Lionel Messi.Â And Argentina without Messi, itâ€™s not the same team.â€œThey let in four goals, they may not have changed much defensively, but offensively they can change everything.â€œArgentina are still vice-champions of the world, and had not passed away from the coronation in 2014,â€ concludes the coach.Like in the previous three World Cups, the two teams will clash again in the last Group D match after the matches against Croatia and Iceland.Incidentally, Messi has featured five times in matches against Nigeria, but has only scored in two of such games.The first was at the 2005 Under-20 FIFA World Cup in Holland when his two penalty- kick goals sealed a 2-1 victory against Nigeria in the final.At the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Messi scored twice in the 3-2 win over a turbo-charged Super Eagles in Porto Alegre.He fired blanks in other games against Eagles. The first was the final match of the 2008 Olympics Games in Beijing. He also followed up the no-show against Nigeria at the 2010 World Cup group game in South Africa and the friendly match in Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2011.
Frank Lampard at Chelsea. photo via @ChelseaFCLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Frank Lampard has accepted the challenge of taking over Chelsea just one year into his managerial career as the return of the club’s record goalscorer to Stamford Bridge was confirmed on Thursday.Chelsea’s latest managerial search following Maurizio Sarri’s move to Juventus has seen a change of tack, with sentiment backed over a stellar coaching CV.In response to Sarri’s sour relationship with the Chelsea support, Roman Abramovich has turned to a fans’ favourite to ease the Londoners through what could be a difficult season of transition.That decision is a risky one for both. Lampard lacks experience and could see his burgeoning reputation as a coach burned at a club where no manager has lasted long under Abramovich.However, his appointment hints at a change of approach by the Blues.Lampard’s one campaign at Derby led the Rams to the brink of a return to the Premier League, only to fall short in the Championship play-off final against Aston Villa.But his season in England’s second tier showed a willingness and ability to develop young players, including some of Chelsea’s academy products, that made him a perfect fit for the current state of affairs at Stamford Bridge.– Midfield goal machine –As a player, Lampard joined Chelsea just before the wave of Abramovich investment swept the club into its most successful era.He scored an incredible 211 goals from midfield and won three Premier League titles, the Champions League and Europa League among a 13-trophy haul.Yet Chelsea are no longer the Premier League’s big spenders.Abramovich’s interest has wained since his UK visa was not renewed last year and even the riches of a Russian billionaire have been overtaken by Abu Dhabi’s backing of Manchester City.Indeed, it is unlikely Chelsea will be able to spend anything on new recruits this summer as they serve a two-window transfer ban.And their best player of recent times has also gone after Eden Hazard completed a 100-million euro ($114 million) move to Real Madrid. The transfer ban, coupled with the loss of Hazard, should temper expectations and presents an opportunity for the kind of culture change the club’s hierarchy have wanted for some time.John Terry, who made his debut in 1998, remains the last Chelsea academy graduate to become a first team regular.Lampard used his Chelsea contacts to take Fikayo Tomori and Mason Mount on loan at Derby last season where both excelled.Other returning loanees such as Tammy Abraham and Reece James are also expected to get their chance as Chelsea plug the gaps in their squad.“The transfer ban is probably not what the club wanted but for us it is exciting,” said Abraham when playing for England at the recent European under-21 championship.“There will never be a better time to play the youngsters. This year is the most important year for us. It is now or never.”Should Chelsea’s youth finally be given a chance, 19-year-old England international Callum Hudson-Odoi might also be more likely to extend his contract beyond 2020, despite interest from Bayern Munich.Lampard’s assistant, Jody Morris, also has extensive knowledge of the Chelsea youth system, having been a key figure at the club’s academy prior to joining Lampard at Derby last summer.Petr Cech, another familiar face of Chelsea’s rise under Abramovich, has been appointed the new technical and performance advisor.Chelsea described one of the former goalkeeper’s primary tasks as to “facilitate strong links between our men’s and academy teams.”However, the history of Abramovich’s time in charge suggests patience is not one of his virtues.Chelsea finished 26 points behind City last season and only stumbled into the top four thanks to the faltering form of Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United.Without Hazard, Lampard and a young squad will need time to rebuild. Whether Abramovich will for once be happy to forgo instant success for a longer term approach remains to be seen.Share on: WhatsApp