New financial analysis suggests that more residential mortgages are likely to go into arrears in the next year and a half
The regulator has also shed light on serviceability and questioned the use of tests such as the Henderson Poverty Index
Scott Morrison has said the government will pressure the states to increase development times and improve housing supply
With the smashed avocado debate raging on, one analyst has suggested young buyers should wait before purchasing a home
A number of lenders are said to have made bids to acquire around $2bn in loans being sold by Investec.
A major bank recorded a cash profit of $1.73bn in the final quarter of 2013, spurred on by solid lending book growth.
The move to e-conveyancing is on the horizon, and one expert says it will give brokers peace of mind and make the application process smoother.
A commercial construction and property development company has paid a penalty of $33,000 for failing to comply with continuous disclosure obligations.
Westpac has announced the long-time deputy chairman John Curtis will step down from the bank’s board in April.
The newest entrant into the Australian commercial lending market has vowed to ramp up competition in the sector and give brokers better alternatives.