The mortgage franchise’s CEO has also predicted a sideways property market
Thanks to rising loan sizes, continually falling numbers of first home buyers have prompted comparisons with this endangered species
Since its launch, the firm has attracted a number of new brokers disenfranchised with current institution-led aggregators
Five of Australia's top lenders including the head of one of the big four banks discuss their unique take on loan process automation
In an aggressive start to the New Year one lender has announced a raft of changes designed to place them at the forefront of the broker channel.
A leading non-conforming lender has extended its product range with the launch of its first prime mortgage product.
Following fixed rate cuts from NAB/Homeside and Westpac, a non-major lender has slashed fixed rates by as much as 40 basis points.
As first home buyer levels continue to sit at record lows in most states, Western Australia has continued to buck the trend.
Overall business confidence saw a sharp increase in the last quarter, while businesses in finance and insurance remain wary.
The MFAA has told an inquiry into ASIC’s performance there is no evidence assertions of “systematic falsifications of details in loan applications” from brokers are true.