Breaking news

  • Popularity of fixed rates declines further by Caroline Dann

    The popularity of fixed rate loans has taken a dive since the RBA announced its unchanged July rate, according to Loan Market’s research

  • Brokerage signs PR firm to boost business by Caroline Dann

    A national mortgage broking firm has said it will leverage a new firm of spin doctors as it attempts to get its message across to the public

  • Sony Bank ‘not a threat’ to Australian brokers by Caroline Dann

    Experts believe Japan’s Sony Bank is unlikely to pose a threat to mortgage brokers, following last week’s announcement of its plans to launch in Australia

  • ANZ's Mike Smith eyed for Barclay’s top job by Caroline Dann

    ANZ chief executive Mike Smith may be in the running to replace former Barclays chief Bob Diamond in the UK, after an interest rate-rigging scandal forced Diamond to resign from the post

  • Aggregator seals bookkeeper deal by Mackenzie McCarty

    A WA-based aggregator has signed an exclusive deal that will see it provide advisory services to a firm of bookkeepers and their clients

  • Costs add up, and keep house prices high by Robin Christie

    House prices may be at 'absurd levels' according to one observer, so what is it - aside from rates - that are keeping them afloat in these uncertain times?