Since APRA’s crackdown on investment lending begins to filter through into the market, the unintended side effects are also rearing their head.
This week on Australian Broker’s exclusive LinkedIn group
, we posed the question: should non-property investments be excluded from APRA’s crackdown in investment lending?
According to reports from brokers, some lenders are including loans for non-property investment within the 10% limit set by APRA, thus they are also subject to the higher rates. But if APRA’s crackdown was to curb investment in the heated residential housing market, should non-property investments be excluded?
We want to know your experiences
with lenders and what you think about non-property investment being included in APRA's crackdown?