Want a luxury car or a luxury holiday? Doing this simple thing could get you one

first_imgFancy a luxury car? Maybe you should refinance your mortgage.DOING this one simple thing can put you on the path to saving thousands and spending your money on something you really need – like perhaps a luxury car or a luxury holiday!The experts have crunched the figures and refinancing your mortgage to a lower interest rate, could potentially keep an extra $100,000 in your pocket over of the loan.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoResearch by finder.com.au revealed nearly a third of Australian households and 35,000 Queensland households were suffering from mortgage stress.Despite this only 4 per cent of Queenslanders refinanced their mortgage last year.Not refinancing means that many homeowners could be losing out big time over the life of their loan.According to finder with an average Queensland loan size of $333,600 with an average variable rate of 4.95 per cent – a 50 basis point discount would pocket you $36,090 over the life of the loan, or $100 per month.If an owner was able to secure at 3.44 per cent that would equate to spending $105,766 less over the life of a loan.And don’t think you can’t find a rate that low – it’s on offer through Reduce Home loans for those who participate in Finder’s three day savings event which starts today.last_img read more

NBA: Toronto Raptors defeat New Orleans Pelicans in season opener

first_img Written By COMMENT 10 months ago NBA 2019-20: New York Knicks profile, roster and season schedule Also Read | NBA: Referees question travelling call on Rockets’ star James HardenNBA: Toronto Raptors vs New Orleans Pelicans match reportWith Derrick Favors and Brandon Ingram earning early points, the New Orleans Pelicans, had a well-maintained lead after the game started. However, Vanvleet, OG Anunoby, Pascal Siakam and Kyle Lowry closed the deficit by the time Q1 came to an end. Pelicans even gained a 25-19 lead, but Toronto Raptors made a comeback, ending Q1 with a three-point lead. Pelicans played well as the first half progressed, even gaining a 52-46 lead with around three minutes left to go. Ingram, as well as Lonzo Ball, earned crucial points for the Pelicans as first-half ended with a 61-56 advantage to the New Orleans Pelicans.Also Read | NBA News: New Orleans Pelicans to open season without Zion WilliamsonQ3 began with Vanvleet scoring early points for his team. The teams picked up their pace, delivering back-to-back three-pointers and trying to establish a lead. Ingram and Vanvleet continued to drain threes, and Q3 ended with Raptors having an 88-86 advantage. Vanvleet, Lowry and Siakam scored back-to-back points as the second half came to an end, the match going into overtime with a 117-117. Marc Gasol’s five points and Lowry’s three-point shot with under a minute to go earned Raptors a 130-122 victory. JJ Redick and Jrue Holiday scored the five points Pelicans earned during overtime. Also Read | NBA: Golden State Warriors shift base to Chase Center for new seasonAlso Read | NBA 2019-20: New York Knicks profile, roster and season schedule FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago NBA News: New Orleans Pelicans to open season without Zion Williamson Last Updated: 23rd October, 2019 12:43 IST NBA: Toronto Raptors Defeat New Orleans Pelicans In Season Opener Toronto Raptors triumph over New Orleans Pelicans in the NBA 2019-20 season opener on Wednesday, October 23 at the Scotiabank Arena, Canada (5:30 am IST). 10 months ago NBA: Golden State Warriors shift base to Chase Center for new season 10 months ago 10 storylines to follow in the 2019-20 NBA season WATCH US LIVE WE RECOMMEND First Published: 23rd October, 2019 12:43 IST The NBA 2019-20 season opened with the Toronto Raptors prevailing over the New Orleans Pelicans with a 130-122 overtime victory. The match took place on Wednesday, October 23 at 5:30 am IST at the Scotiabank Arena in Ontario, Canada. Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet scored 34 points each for Toronto Raptors, while Brandon Ingram was New Orleans Pelicans high-point scorer for the opening game with 22 points.  LIVE TV 10 months ago NBA: Toronto Raptors vs New Orleans Pelicans live streaming, schedule Devika Pawar last_img read more