Brokers have been urged to help clients prepare for future industry changes and strengthen income prospects for both parties
One industry advocate says brokers should respond to negative headlines in the press by sharing positive professional stories
Leading economists have said costs through the new higher capital CET1 ratios will be passed onto consumers
The public blames today’s uncertain economic climate and rising dwelling prices for their trepidation, a new survey has found
Mirvac chief executive Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz says it is "business as usual" following Westpac's recent announcement it will stop lending to foreign property buyers.
Brokers are being urged to be proactive with clients in debt as it affects their mortgage borrowing ability.
Westpac joins ANZ and CBA in withdrawing from real estate lending to foreigners.
Grattan Institute CEO John Daley has refuted Malcolm Turnbull's criticism of the think tank's recent report regarding changes to negative gearing.
Analysis suggests the major banks will not increase lending rates to maintain high profits, yet consumers will likely pay in other ways, says one mortgage broker.
Financial qualifications must make a firmer distinction between comprehensive and limited advisers, says education mentor.