The major banks have also condemned the state’s surprise budget move, expressing their concerns about the newly announced levy
The move gives brokers access to an expanded product range and the opportunity to meet a wider range of client needs
A new study has found that households with higher levels of debt are more likely to borrow more as house prices rise
The number of new dwellings in Sydney is soaring, which the government says shows its affordability measures are working
Foreign investment in Australian property continues to grow as China faces a record drop in new credit levels.
Average household wealth hit record figures in 2013, and is expected to surpass the $1m mark by early 2017.
Employment in real estate, credit and advisory roles is set to grow significantly in the coming decade, according to the latest figures.
The MFAA is drafting a submission to the Victorian government following proposed changes the industry body claims disadvantage the broker channel.
Overindulged a little over the Christmas break? Turns out all those beachside BBQs and mince tarts could have more of an impact on your brokerage than you'd think.
At Australian Broker, we love a bit of healthy discussion... and that was certainly what we got following this week's article on segmentation.