APRA grants licence to operate as an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI)
Despite industry-wide reductions, consumers wary of locking in rates amidst unstable lending environment
The study's unexpected takeaway comes as auction market sees quietest Easter since 2012
Lender meets with brokers to discuss how the industry will develop to 2025
The MFAA has praised a proposed ACCC crackdown on comparison sites
A judge in Sydney has upheld a bank’s right to repossess a multi-million dollar north Sydney home despite the borrower claiming no personal benefit came out of the $3.6m loan.
Lenders are slashing rates left, right and centre to keep up in a competitive market, but the cuts aren't adding up to much
The direction which fixed rates are heading in have surprised many in the mortgage industry.
One of the big four is giving brokers at partner aggregation groups an extra payout this month, and one aggregator reveals the figures.
The move by two major funders to offer reverse mortgages again is an indicator the market is picking up since the global financial crisis, says First Mortgage Services.