Are brokers exacerbating the risks in the housing market?
The major bank says CCR is good for competition
The former CEO will drive the broker firm's network expansion and support its franchises
Lenders are marketing these loans to borrowers looking to enter an increasingly unaffordable housing market
A major aggregator head has taken aim at bank-owned aggregators pushing their own products, saying the resulting conflict of interest could have serious ramifications for the industry
A non-bank lender has appointed an industry veteran to fill one of its top roles
What do leading economists predict the RBA board will do with the official cash rate at its monthly meeting tomorrow?
The major furore last week centred on APRA’s announcement of its draft residential mortgage lending guidelines, which highlighted some mortgage broker practices as a risk
Newly-released statistics show almost 64% of all bank lending is for housing, and total credit has grown 4% over the year
Saving for a deposit is not the biggest challenge for people purchasing their first investment property, new research has found