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
Market conditions seen prior to the GFC are unlikely to return, says Westpac group treasurer Curt Zuber.
Valuers working to tight timeframes for low fees are a barrier to brokers and valuers openly discussing valuation issues, says API NSW president Tyrone Hodge.
ASIC has lodged a fourth submission with the Senate Inquiry into its performance, while taking action against two lenders for handling of client monies
A leading asset lender has launched a new White Label service for brokers.
First home buyers will continue to face challenges to get into the property market in 2014, says Aussie executive chairman John Symond, although he is confident of better economic times ahead.
A bank employee has hit back at the Australian 'culture of bank bashing' following accusations ASIC is not doing enough to stamp out fraud in lending institutions.