The RBA’s decision to leave the cash rate on hold, combined with strong competition from lenders, is good timing for those wanting to refinance or activate a home loan - and for brokers.
Following fixed rate cuts from NAB/Homeside and Westpac, a non-major lender has slashed fixed rates by as much as 40 basis points.
In a campaign targeted at affluent borrowers, one non-major bank has amplified its product offering
The Pepper COO explains how the lender is finding niches the big banks abandoned.
A non-major lender has just lowered its variable rate home loan for new borrowers to 4.84%
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