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Anastasia Lloyd

Anastasia Lloyd

Consumer advocate

Anastasia Lloyd is a PR specialist at Finder. She has previously worked in the banking sector and has written about a range of financial topics including mortgages, personal loans, savings and credit cards. Ana has a Bachelor of Arts in Media from Macquarie University.

Latest articles by Anastasia Lloyd

152 articles written by this author

Australian drivers spent $78 million on roadside callout fees over 2 years

Drivers without roadside assistance cover are paying big bucks for call out fees according to new research by Finder.

Anastasia Lloyd 21 April 2021
Australian drivers spent $78 million on roadside callout fees over 2 years

He’s a bit of a fixer-upper: 4 in 5 first home buyers intend to renovate

First home buyers are getting practical with different tactics to enter the property market, according to new research by Finder, Australia’s most visited comparison website. A new survey has revealed that 1 in 5 (22%) first home buyers plan to renovate immediately after purchasing. Finder shares tips for sticking to your renovation budget.

Anastasia Lloyd 14 April 2021
He’s a bit of a fixer-upper: 4 in 5 first home buyers intend to renovate

From down payment to dealbreaker: Average house deposit now exceeds $100k

Aspiring homeowners now need a six-figure house deposit to purchase a property, according to staggering new research by Finder, Australia’s most visited comparison site.

Anastasia Lloyd 12 April 2021
From down payment to dealbreaker: Average house deposit now exceeds $100k

Finder’s RBA Cash Rate Survey: 74% of experts fear first home buyers will be pushed out of market

Soaring property prices and stamp duty fees have experts fearing that first home buyers may be soon pushed out of the market.

Anastasia Lloyd 6 April 2021
Finder’s RBA Cash Rate Survey: 74% of experts fear first home buyers will be pushed out of market

2 in 5 Australians confused about the latest JobSeeker changes

A concerning number of Australians are misinformed about the JobSeeker changes taking effect after March 31st, according to new research by Finder, Australia’s most visited comparison site. As part of the changes, the fortnightly $150 coronavirus supplement will be axed, yet a surprising number of people think it is increasing, or remaining the same.

Anastasia Lloyd 31 March 2021
2 in 5 Australians confused about the latest JobSeeker changes

State of Investing 2021: New report reveals Australian outlook

Finder’s new report The State of Investing in 2021 takes a deep dive into Australia's investment outlook across four key areas – share trading, property, superannuation and micro-investing. Find out where Aussies are stockpiling their wealth.

Anastasia Lloyd 30 March 2021
State of Investing 2021: New report reveals Australian outlook

Cost of death: The most expensive capital cities to hold a funeral revealed

The most expensive cities to die in throughout the country revealed in a new study by Finder, Australia’s most visited comparison site. Perth is Australia’s most expensive city to die in, with the average funeral costing $8,261. Brisbane is the cheapest city, with funerals costing $6,728.

Anastasia Lloyd 24 March 2021
Cost of death: The most expensive capital cities to hold a funeral revealed

Optical inclusion: Extras cover the top reason for taking out health insurance, survey finds

Extras cover is the number one drawcard for Australians who take out private health cover, new research from Finder, Australia’s most visited comparison site, reveals.

Anastasia Lloyd 23 March 2021
Optical inclusion: Extras cover the top reason for taking out health insurance, survey finds

43% of COVID-19 “Boomerang Generation” leave the nest again

The boomerang generation has started flying the coop once more after moving back home during the pandemic, according to new research by Finder.

Anastasia Lloyd 18 March 2021
43% of COVID-19 “Boomerang Generation” leave the nest again

Violation nation: Aussies spending $600 million per year on parking fines

Aussie drivers are shelling out big bucks on parking fines  each year according to new research by Finder, Australia’s most visited comparison site.

Anastasia Lloyd 15 March 2021
Violation nation: Aussies spending $600 million per year on parking fines
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