The major bank has increased rates on fixed term owner occupied and investment loans by up to 65 basis points
With the RBA going into their monthly board meeting tomorrow, many are predicting an outcome that will see the cash rate left at 1.5% well into 2017
Negative gearing may merely be the scapegoat in the ongoing affordability debate, according to the AFR, citing it is low interest rates that are the real culprit
The Housing Industry Association’s latest Housing Scorecard top position has been taken out by New South Wales
Mortgage holders are rushing to refinance while interest rates are ultra-low, according to one brokerage leader
While new data shows building approvals, in general, experienced a positive spike in July, two key states are missing out
ASIC issued a warning regarding fraudulent Mike Morgan Loans last week - but the brokerage is still attempting to do business with Australian consumers
First home buyers in Perth are spending, on average, $32,000 more than they were a year ago - is this a sign of a two-speed housing market?
One non-major lender has experienced a massive growth in mortgage origination volumes in the past three years - but how does it compare to the big four?
Smaller lenders are starting to feel the pressure in the wake of record-low interest rates