Australian economists have called for a more holistic approach to tackling the country's housing affordability problem
Tighter capital controls and foreign lending criteria have not deterred Chinese nationals keen on Australian property
The MFAA has proposed some radical changes to its leadership structure, and it could hand greater control to brokers
The Reserve Bank has claimed the Australian housing and mortgage market is becoming “unbalanced” due to investor demand being out of proportion to rental demand
Rising property prices are seeing first home buyers have to scrimp and save for longer, however it has also made them more savvy when they finally do
Loan Market chairman Sam White says the company’s move to a franchise model was about empowering brokers, not restricting them
An ASIC review of low doc home loans has found that lenders have tightened their lending practices following the introduction of responsible lending laws.
The International Monetary Fund’s managing director says that the Reserve Bank can put a ceiling on rising house prices without increasing the official cash rate – by enforcing limits on lending