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More mortgages for fewer brokers in the UK

British brokers currently represent about 60 per cent of new mortgage lending in the UK, with some commentators expecting this level to increase to 65 per cent in 2014.

Information is power

Recent years have seen the mortgage broking industry take strong steps towards legitimising its qualifications and standardising models of s...

An investor’s dream

The Australian property market is likely to be driven by investors in the months ahead, as they look to take advantage of rising property prices and historically low rates.

Where is the property market headed?

The national housing market continued to recover during 2013 as the impact of the lowest interest rates in 60 years, improved affordability ...

The importance of consumer confidence

History and statistics tell us there are two key drivers to the housing and related mortgage finance markets: interest rates and consumer confidence.

The compliance grenade

The combination of ‘compliance’ and ‘grenade’ is too often used in the same sentence these days.

Clawbacks and cash offers in NZ

Competitive banks offering large cash incentives to attract new customers are potentially leaving New Zealand mortgage brokers out of pocket.

Broker boom time ahead

Recent research pointing to a boom time dead ahead for mortgage broking will have the industry doing a happy dance and it will be interestin...


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