The consumer’s mortgage dollar is being fiercely fought over by banks in what could be the biggest battle in two decades, one industry expert has said.
One smaller bank is spades ahead of the Big Four in terms of customer satisfaction, which researcher Roy Morgan puts down to loan satisfaction.
After recently reporting an increase in first-quarter profits, one of the Big Four has announced a new general manager.
A major bank has slashed its two- and three-year fixed-rate loans.
ANZ has left interest rates unchanged after its latest home loan pricing review.
While brokers call on lenders and aggregators to allow trail portability, one aggregator has defended the lenders’ stance.