The course is designed to be ‘bank agnostic’ while covering aspects of commercial and small business lending for brokers
While controls such as APRA’s 10% cap seem to have slowed loan growth, one analyst claims the data hides a less positive reality
Since 1986, Australian property values have primarily skyrocketed during times when the Liberal National Party was in power
The current focus on house prices and affordability may be distracting from ways to properly help first home buyers
Higher LVR caps are seeping into the mortgage market, but is it a case of buyer need - or lender greed?
September's abysmal first home buyer figures have renewed cries for an RBA rate cut
A high level banker at one of the big four says there's little evidence that banks are lowering their lending standards - but warns caution is needed
New research shows 85% of Australians experience severe stress at work - and things only get worse as we head into the silly season
One aggregator has just broken the $1 billion mark in loan settlements for one month, as well as reached an 89% satisfaction rate with its member brokers
Suncorp general manager intermediaries, Steve Heavey, says he's leaving the bank in order to free up time for 'something I've had in the back of my mind'