The second set in the latest round of public hearings by the House Standing Committee on Economics is set to kick off later this week
While current remuneration structures are sound, the aggregator has said regulation is actually a positive sign for industry
A new industry breakdown also reveals that fraud accounts for a very small percentage of complaints brought against brokers
The chairman has relayed concerns about joint hikes by the banks while detailing ACCC's ongoing inquiry into the matter
Following a recent spate of commission hikes a non-bank lender has claimed they will do little to sway brokers.
The MFAA has issued a warning to brokers over ‘unsolicited email approaches’ received by some members, and cautioned members to do due diligence in transactions.
Leading real estate law firms have warned the government’s latest GST proposal could see hundreds of millions of dollars in extra stamp duty paid around the country.
While the number of borrowers taking out fixed rate mortgages dropped slightly in January, demand still is still sitting at record highs.
For the first time in four years, all capital cities recorded growth in house prices over the December quarter and an increase in the median house price over the calendar year
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