Bill Tsouvalas

Bill Tsouvalas is the founder and CEO of Savvy, one of Australia's leading financial institution. Established in 2010, Bill turned Savvy into one of BRW's fastest-growing companies in 2015. He frequently shares his knowledge and ideas on cars, mortgage, money and investment in the media.
16 Articles

Principal and interest vs interest-only loans

Lower home loan repayments might sound very tempting, but are interest-only home loans the right option for you? In this article, we’ll compare principal...

Teaching kids finance: How to teach your kids about money

How do parents explain money to kids? Finance and money management is almost absent from the school curriculum at times, even though we’re expected...

COVID-19 and home loans – All your burning questions answered

COVID-19 restrictions have led to all kinds of upheaval in Australia. If you were all set to enter the property market or buy another...

Should you withdraw from your super during the COVID-19 pandemic?

One of the many methods the Federal Government used to keep the economy going during COVID-19 lockdowns was allowing Australians to withdraw funds from...

7 ways to prepare your savings before stimulus ends

Everyone in Australia has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Be it stay at home orders, experiencing financial hardship or homeschooling kids for the...

10 reasons to buy an investment property right now

According to recent reports, house prices eased in 2019 but are on the upward slide in 2020 as markets rebound. If you're in the...

How to break free from your mortgage by 35

When it comes to home loans, many of us think the same thing – it’ll be at least 25 to 30 years until it’s...

How to negotiate a better mortgage interest rate

Did you know The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate on hold at 1.5 per cent, the lowest in Australian history, for...

Cracking home loan jargon: Key terms you need to know!

To make the most out of a home loan you need to know and understand what the basic terms that come with a home...