Features

  • A big deal: Bernadette Christie-David

    While brokers may find that some of their clients have previously been given poor advice, in this case, Bernadette Christie-David discovered severe negligence by her client's bank – and she helped pave the way to a healthy compensation claim

  • Six months in: How are house prices faring?

    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?

  • Diversifying into SMSF LRBAs by AB

    Through SMSF lending, brokers keen to diversify their offering can find opportunities to work with SMEs to help them achieve their wealth management goals

  • The new era of open banking by AB

    With the first of July marking the start of 'phase one', AB examines what it all means for borrowers

  • SMSF lending: resilience and opportunity by AB

    Despite COVID-19 impacting demand for housing finance across the board, SMSF loans still hold promise for brokers keen to diversify in the future, says La Trobe chief lending officer

  • In the hot seat: Josh Bartlett by AB

    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!'

  • Helping single women realise property dreams by Rebecca Jarrett-Dalton

    While a growing number of women are taking the plunge, brokers can help many more get on the property ladder

  • Mortgage approvals down, but for how long? by AB

    Is this sluggish market set to continue – and what can brokers do to assist clients in the interim?