The major bank and its subsidiaries have introduced a range of rate changes and other policy adjustments
A joint statement by various industry associations has urged the government to rethink its proposed “one-stop shop” for dispute resolution
The mortgage insurance industry will face a number of challenges in the coming years, according to a major global ratings agency
Most Australians want lenders to offer fixed rate mortgage products of ten years or more, according to a new survey
The Queensland economy is ready to move on from its mining days and ride the “next wave”: gas, tourism, agribusiness, international education and wealth management.
A mortgage broker who admitted to attempted deception and faking a signature on a mortgage document used new clients' money to help struggling existing clients, it has been claimed
The Credit Ombudsman has delivered harsh words to credit repair companies 'behaving badly'
Consumers are sceptical about the transparency of banks, with a recent consumer survey revealing that 84% of respondents think banks should have to disclose who owns them in any advertising
The bias towards home loan lending over commercial lending by our banks could be hurting the Australian economy.
The number of rental vacancies nationally increased in the year to July, with rental asking prices lifting only very slightly in the same period