Borrowers breathing easier as arrears fall
Borrowers are finally adjusting to last year's rate hikes, just as the Reserve begins easing the cash rate
Non-banks get in on rate cut action
Non-banks have entered the rate cutting fray after major lenders finally moved last week
Know your target lenders
The lending universe can at times appear complex, when you move beyond the familiar major banks. Semper Capital’s Andrew Way demystifies the lending spectrum
Brokers: Rate speculation "fuelled by media"
Brokers reacted to yesterday's bank interest rate rises and stronger than expected employment figures with cautious optimism. There was anger, however, at the role the mainstream media had played in stirring up public concern.
ANZ first to raise rates
ANZ bank is the first to announce it will raise rates following the RBA's decision to increase the official cash rate by .25%.
RBA decision: Rates up by 25bps
The RBA has today raised rates for the first time since March last year, pushing up the cash rate by 25bps to 3.25%