The major bank has shifted its rates on owner occupier and investment fixed loans across both principal & interest and interest only
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
The fixed rate cutting spree continues, with two more non-majors announcing reductions
A leading mortgage insurer has thanked the strength of the housing market over the last 12 months for their strong half yearly result to June 2014.
The supermarket financial services war is on, as Woolworths has telegraphed its next move into the sector, which could include mortgages
A finance expert has claimed that the RBA may actually issue one more rate cut before the official cash rate begins to move higher
An increase in the sale of new homes for the June 2014 quarter is promising news for the economy.
A prominent politician has thrown support behind calls to allow first homebuyers to access their superannuation to pay for a house deposit