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
The big four banks managed to scrape a slightly higher proportion of home loans in the final month of 2013, but market share continues to track below historical levels.
The number of first home buyers has bottomed out in Australia, reaching record lows in the final months of 2013.
The release of new privacy regulations due to commence in March do not fully address the issues affecting brokers and borrowers, say lawyers.
A major lender has announced a disaster relief package, deferring home loan payments for customers affected by the Western Australia bushfires.
The property market has had a roaring start to 2014, and brokers who aren’t proactive will miss out on opportunities, say top brokers.
After lagging behind Sydney and Melbourne last year, Brisbane is well-placed to grab pole position as the nation's strongest property market in 2014, say analysts.