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CRAAAZY MORTGAGES with free coffee! Seems Legit?

By johnboy 16 August 2012 19

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For most people a mortgage is the single largest and most serious financial transaction they’ll ever be involved in.

So we were intrigued by the NAB’s signage on Ainslie Avenue.

With the garish colours, and special offers one would normally associate with a used car yard, one has to wonder what that coffee’s going to cost you in the long run?

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kennardly 10:30 am 17 Aug 12

KRAMER: (Speaking very fast and fidgety) You can’t put a limit on my cafe lattes, it says so right here. And I don’t want to get dirty looks when I come in here. If I want a cafe latte, you give me a cafe latte. And if I have any problems I’m gonna get my lawyer Jackie Chiles down here and your gonna be in really big trouble.

Holden Caulfield 9:55 am 17 Aug 12

Keijidosha said :

The signage was painted about a month ago by Legend Signs, and I agree it is great to see someone still using traditional signwriting methods. Sadly less than a week later some knob(s) had scratched half of it away. This is why we can’t have nice things.

Dang, that sucks. 🙁

Keijidosha 9:31 am 17 Aug 12

Holden Caulfield said :

“With the garish colours, and special offers one would normally associate with a used car yard…”

You’re right, but it’s nice to see what looks to be some proper sign writing and not vinyl cut lettering.

I’m surprised there’s still someone in town offering such a service. Should be more of it!

The signage was painted about a month ago by Legend Signs, and I agree it is great to see someone still using traditional signwriting methods. Sadly less than a week later some knob(s) had scratched half of it away. This is why we can’t have nice things.

poetix 9:29 am 17 Aug 12

Deref said :

Free coffee?? Hot damn! I’m off to take out a mortgage!

Make sure to ask about their special lump payments.

Deref 8:49 am 17 Aug 12

Free coffee?? Hot damn! I’m off to take out a mortgage!

jayskette 11:25 pm 16 Aug 12

lol I do know plenty of coffee lovers out there who wants a house…

EvanJames 11:04 pm 16 Aug 12

melon1234 said :

Wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube men!

http://youtu.be/YtespeLin2c

You must send that to NAB! They’lll be smitten. And it keeps your grandmother company. Yeah!

VYBerlinaV8_is_back 7:58 pm 16 Aug 12

arescarti42 said :

VYBerlinaV8_is_back said :

G-Fresh said :

Their sales must be grinding to a halt

Lots of property related stuff is grinding to a halt. One of the big problems is that building has slowed right down. This will be a problem going forward as well don’t really have enough local stock to meet projected population a few years out.

Well it’ll be a problem if population grows as projected and we don’t build anything. Not having enough stock in the present to meet demand in a few years time is hardly a problem. There’s a pretty big glut of commercial and residential property at the moment.

There’s definitely commercial property to spare, but I think you’ll find that there isn’t as much resi as people think. Lots of the stock for sale is occupied, and these people have to go somewhere.

The big concern, I think, is the Molonglo Valley suburbs. Building is barely crawling along there, and that’s supposed to be the next big development area. The problem? Too damn expensive…

arescarti42 6:37 pm 16 Aug 12

VYBerlinaV8_is_back said :

G-Fresh said :

Their sales must be grinding to a halt

Lots of property related stuff is grinding to a halt. One of the big problems is that building has slowed right down. This will be a problem going forward as well don’t really have enough local stock to meet projected population a few years out.

Well it’ll be a problem if population grows as projected and we don’t build anything. Not having enough stock in the present to meet demand in a few years time is hardly a problem. There’s a pretty big glut of commercial and residential property at the moment.

melon1234 5:40 pm 16 Aug 12

EvanJames said :

Bewdy, I hope they next erect one of those tall flappy things that flail their arms around. Love those!

NAB is one of the banks I will never, ever approach for a home loan. Even if they put up a flappy thing.

Wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube men!

http://youtu.be/YtespeLin2c

EvanJames 4:13 pm 16 Aug 12

Holden Caulfield said :

“With the garish colours, and special offers one would normally associate with a used car yard…”

Bewdy, I hope they next erect one of those tall flappy things that flail their arms around. Love those!

NAB is one of the banks I will never, ever approach for a home loan. Even if they put up a flappy thing.

G-Fresh said :

Their sales must be grinding to a halt

*golf clap*

VYBerlinaV8_is_back 3:31 pm 16 Aug 12

G-Fresh said :

Their sales must be grinding to a halt

Lots of property related stuff is grinding to a halt. One of the big problems is that building has slowed right down. This will be a problem going forward as well don’t really have enough local stock to meet projected population a few years out.

G-Fresh 3:23 pm 16 Aug 12

Their sales must be grinding to a halt

VYBerlinaV8_is_back 3:11 pm 16 Aug 12

Diggety said :

Under the word “Establishment” there seems to be some very fine print…

“Fees”? 🙂

Holden Caulfield 3:06 pm 16 Aug 12

“With the garish colours, and special offers one would normally associate with a used car yard…”

You’re right, but it’s nice to see what looks to be some proper sign writing and not vinyl cut lettering.

I’m surprised there’s still someone in town offering such a service. Should be more of it!

johnboy 3:06 pm 16 Aug 12

Diggety said :

Under the word “Establishment” there seems to be some very fine print…

“Terms and conditions apply”

Diggety 3:01 pm 16 Aug 12

Under the word “Establishment” there seems to be some very fine print…

VYBerlinaV8_is_back 2:49 pm 16 Aug 12

It’s interesting that the banks seem to be going back on to the offensive in advertising home loans. The market is pretty quiet at the moment, so volume is probably down.

It’s a good time to buy, not so good a time to sell.

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