Brokers have been urged to help clients prepare for future industry changes and strengthen income prospects for both parties
One industry advocate says brokers should respond to negative headlines in the press by sharing positive professional stories
Leading economists have said costs through the new higher capital CET1 ratios will be passed onto consumers
The public blames today’s uncertain economic climate and rising dwelling prices for their trepidation, a new survey has found
A non-major lender has announced an increase in its broker commissions
Brokers in one state are seeing an uptick in business, with borrower demand for broker-sourced loans hitting an all-time high
Australian households have a lack of cash savings, according to the latest ME Bank Household Financial Comfort Report.
A non-bank has trimmed its rates for the fifth time in four months
Allowing first home buyers to access their superannuation funds for house deposits could lead to financial stress in retirement, warns The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST).
A wave of fixed rate cuts seems to have done little to sway borrowers, as demand for fixed rates has dropped