The financial giant announced the creation of a new role this week – head of strategic partnerships
"The market on its own will never solve Australia’s housing affordability problem"
The move was prompted by higher technology costs needed to “effectively compete”
"We do not often see the big four banks vying to offer borrowers the lowest interest rates," says ACCC official
The Real Estate Institute of Australia says all levels of government need to take responsibility for housing affordability restricting first home buyers from entering the property market
New home approvals declined by 5% in June, after an increase in the previous month
The debate over foreign property ownership is heating up again as politicians head to China to investigate overseas investment in Australian real estate
Banks have turned to wholesale funding to subsidise the deep cuts made on interest rates for fixed home loans
The fixed rate cutting spree continues, with two more non-majors announcing reductions
A leading mortgage insurer has thanked the strength of the housing market over the last 12 months for their strong half yearly result to June 2014.