Opinion

  • Ambassadors for change

    Semper Capital co-founder Andrew Way explains why brokers must be ambassadors for change as near prime becomes the new normal

  • Regulating the private sector

    Dallett finance broker David Collett examines the implications of trail reforms in NSW

  • China’s new (financial) year

    Carrie Law CEO and director at Juwai.com explains why 2018 will bring a new era for Chinese investment

  • Are you ok?

    Ahead of R U OK? day on 13 September, FBAA executive director Peter White explains how brokers can look out for each other

  • Opinion: Staying on top of your game by Contributor

    With the significant focus on household debt and regulators on a knife edge when it comes to the property market, brokers need to assert the critical role they play in the credit chain

  • Opinion: Brokers, stand your ground by AB

    Property lawyer Peter Mericka breaks down the property transaction and urges brokers not to become pawns for the banks

  • Property stats: Genuine info or misinformation? by AB

    Rob Ward questions the validity of Australian property market data and asks whether or not we are seeing a clear snapshot of the nation’s hottest market, Sydney

  • Relying on technology presents 'serious danger' for buyers by AB

    A major real estate body has warned buyers are in danger of making potentially disastrous decisions if they rely solely on apps and other digital platforms for property market information

  • The business of blockchain by External

    Greg Dickason on the rise of blockchain, and how it will create opportunity for brokers

  • The appeal of rentvesting by External

    ‘Rentvesting’ is rapidly growing in popularity among consumers. Chris Gray explains why you should consider recommending this investment strategy to your clients in 2016