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
Second-tier lenders lost much of the market share they gained in late 2013 as the big four took advantage of record January mortgage figures.
The reserve bank's decision to leave the official cash rate on hold this month has come as no surprise to economists.
Tax fraud scams involving the sale and re-mortgaging of property without the owners’ consent are on the rise in Australia, and brokers have been warned to stay alert.
A leading mortgage broker has hired a bank's former high-profile third-party head as general manager
The MFAA has expelled a Sydney broker for submitting fraudulent documents to a lender.
A major mortgage franchise has called on the government to introduce a raft of changes incorporating ASIC’s mandate, financial literacy and home loan advertisements, in order to improve the country’s financial system.