CEO Tim Dean live on Channel 9 News

CEO Tim K. Dean live on Channel 9 News Formalise loan agreements with Credi If you have a business associate, friend or family member who you would like to lend to or borrow from, you can use Credi to document the process. Tim K. Dean, Credi Founder | Commentator & Expert on Family Lending, Bank […]

Should you start a loan agreement between friends?

Should you start a loan agreement between friends? Would you start a loan agreement between friends? Lending a friend $20 a few days away from pay-day is not a big deal, but what if a friend asks to borrow a significant amount of money? Or if a parent lends a child money that they can’t […]

Credi Featured on Channel 9 News Discussing the “Bank of Mum and Dad”

Credi Featured on Channel 9 News Discussing the “Bank of Mum and Dad” Credi was live on Channel 9 News last Thursday and Friday. Nathan Brooks reports on how many adult children are turning to their parents when buying their first home. Resulting in the so-called ‘bank of mum and dad’ becoming the fifth biggest […]

Credi’s CEO Tim Dean Live on Sky News with Ticky Fullerton

Credi’s CEO Tim Dean Live on Sky News with Ticky Fullerton Tim Dean, Credi’s CEO was live in Sky News Sydney’s studio this month, talking with Ticky Fullerton. The bank of Mum and Dad is a constant reminder of the significant number of Australian’s lending money between family and friends. Although this process can be […]

New survey highlights peak millennials struggle in buying their first property

New survey highlights peak millennials struggle in buying their first property Garry Marr from Financial Post in Canada writes of the struggle peak Millennials face in buying their first property. Leger’s research outlines that 50% of 1000 surveyed believe the new mortgage regulations set by the federal government have impacted the type of property they […]

New Zealanders worry about record level of debt

New Zealanders worry about record level of debt The New Zealand Herald highlights statistics from the Commission for Financial Capability showing Kiwi’s worry for the record level of debt. One in three New Zealanders believes that they deserve to have money to spend because they work hard, however, many worry about their debt. Statistics from […]

Market Research by Vox Pops in the UK

Market Research by Vox Pops in the UK Market research in the form of interviews on the street with locals, by Vox Pops, highlights the influence of the Bank of Mum and Dad in the UK. Vox Pops short 50-second video shows select subjects sharing their views and experiences of the Bank of Mum and […]

Gen Ys turn to BOMAD

Gen Ys turn to BOMAD A new survey from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) shows that first home buyers still worry about their finances even after receiving support from family for a down payment on a home. Almost half of Australia’s Generation Y’s are now going straight to the ‘Bank of Mum of […]

Smart Investor Live Talk Credi

First Home Buyers Worry About Finances Even With The Help of BOMAD Credi was featured on Smart Investor Live on Thursday 29 June. Personal finance editors Sally Patten and Debra Cleveland discussed all things personal finance, but at the 23min 30 sec mark, they talk Credi. And they really loved it! Take a look at the interview on Facebook right […]

Bank of Mum and Dad – RateCity on Nine News

Bank of Mum and Dad – RateCity on Nine News Nine News reported live in 2015 about the impact of the Bank of mum and dad at the time.  Rate City representative Sally Tindall spoke of the issue of getting a foothold in the current market and the extreme difference in incomes between generations and […]