A lack of knowledge about what brokers do and how they are paid is causing potential borrowers to head directly to the banks
The majority of borrowers would struggle with even very minor rate rises with new research revealing real risk in the market
The surge in capital city property prices may be driven by the attitudes of more affluent residents to inner city development
A new biometric security solution that allows small businesses to securely borrow money online has been introduced
While many brokers are still confused about where the upcoming privacy law changes will leave them, one expert has claimed the changes are a lot of fuss about nothing.
A non-major has announced a further new appointment, the latest in a string of such announcements following major restructuring.
A broker who received an offer to purchase an 'exclusive' database which he already owned is calling on other brokers to help bring the seller - a banned trail book dealer - to justice.
A non-major bank has announced the appointment of a new head of intermediaries.
The MFAA has released guidelines for brokers to help with the transition to new privacy regulations as new credit reporting regulations are finalised.
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