However, extension is “not automatic” and only for those who genuinely need it
Millennials are using the lockdown to “get on top of their property goals”
Brokers cite easier access and zero travel time as biggest reasons for taking courses online
Where mortgage activity has come from "very interesting" CEO said upon announcing 30% year on year increase
Research director explains how banks are able to cut rates even as RBA holds steady at 25 basis point setting
House and land development reported 200% increase in June as compared to enquiries received in May
Any Australian with a 3 in front of their mortgage now has potential to do better, says market commentator
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Examining the implications of the ABA's campaign to tackle financial abuse of the elderly
As the FBAA celebrates its silver anniversary, Peter White reflects on 25 years of standing up for brokers
New data suggests recent bad press has done little to tarnish the reputation of brokers.
According to one fintech commentator, brokers could soon be replaced by smart speakers. But will customers embrace such a technological leap?
In the months since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, giving the economy a battering, mortgage approvals have declined. But how long is this sluggish market set to continue – and what can brokers do to assist clients in the interim?
Over a decade ago, Josh Bartlett, founder and managing director of MAB Melbourne, made the pivot from personal training into mortgage broking: 'I was telling people how to do push-ups one day, and how to get a loan the next!'
Even just 20 years ago, it was rare for a single woman to own real estate. Fortunately, times have changed, but while mortgage broker Rebecca Jarrett-Dalton from Two Red Shoes is seeing growing numbers of women take the plunge, she believes brokers can help many more get on the property ladder