The mortgage broker behind No Fuss Home Loans aims to do exactly what the group's name promises: deliver stress-free and seamless finance solutions
Over the last six months we've heard forecasts of property prices falling by anywhere from 10% to 40% as a result of the pandemic's impact. Now the tide has turned, and many are predicting far slower rates of decline – and even growth beyond 2021. What is driving this swift about-face in such uncertain times?
Finance broker Vincent Moore thought he was working on a straightforward deal. It soon became clear that the client's unpaid debts, repayment plans and low valuation were set to cause some issues – and change his business processes along the way
Graeme Holm, co-founder and CEO of Infinity Group Australia, was barely out of school when he got his first job in a big four bank – and he's been on a mission to educate clients and help them pay down their loans as quickly as possible ever since
How one broker discovered severe negligence by her client's bank and helped pave the way to a healthy compensation claim
Forecasts and predictions that the pandemic is going to push real estate prices off a cliff have not yet eventuated – and many experts believe that suggestions of huge property price falls are overblown. What does the data say?
The global coronavirus pandemic has thrown a raft of unexpected challenges at brokers in 2020. But the mortgage industry has proven its resilience over time – and in the face of adversity and doubt, Choice Aggregation CEO Stephen Moore remains upbeat about the outlook for the industry
Although all sectors of the property market have been impacted by COVID-19, the commercial sector has had the biggest raft of changes to contend with. But Mal Withers, head of commercial at Pepper, remains positive about the opportunities ahead