The FBAA has raised concerns at a Senate inquiry about lenders linking broker accreditation to a set number of loans written
Inconsistency among broker vetting by the banks could put lenders at financial risk, says one credit expert
The regulator has suggested lenders create more efficient systems to collate data on broker loans and commissions
Higher rates and tighter lending standards at a time of sky-high household debt could have unforeseen ramifications
ANZ's first half cash profits have slumped by 24%, prompting a 7% dividend cut
The latest NAB monthly survey shows a slide in business sentiment, yet the overall environment remains promising.
In a move that will likely come as a surprise to many the Reserve Bank of Australia has elected to cut the official cash interest rate following today’s board meeting
Police allege that 11 people, including one mortgage broker, conspired on fraudulent loans for the national president of the Nomads bikie gang.
Liberal MP John Anderson has admitted that negative gearing is pricing many first-home buyers out of the market.
A selection of major real estate players have questioned the decision of three major banks to stop lending to foreign property buyers.