The major bank and its subsidiaries have dropped the floor rate on mortgages and reinstated some offerings that were suspended due to COVID-19.
The non-bank lender has announced that it is restoring its lending criteria to pre-COVID-19 settings to reflect improving economic conditions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Australian Financial Review has recognised Momentum Media, the business behind Mortgage Business, for its speedy conceptualisation and ...
Open banking could make borrowers less “sticky” and more willing to switch lenders, meaning organisations may have to find ways to retain customers, according to ME Bank.
The non-major bank has announced a swathe of changes, including income policy for servicing calculations and a new product launch.
More than half a million people have checked their credit score in the past six months during the pandemic, a substantial jump from the same...
Several players in the lending and property sectors have welcomed the federal budget for 2020-21, particularly the expansion of the instant ...
The customer-owned bank’s home loan portfolio has contracted despite over $1.6 billion in settlements, contributing to a 15 per cent hit to its bottom line.
The COVID-19 pandemic has eroded profitability of housing through the June quarter, but the portion of loss-making sales rose only slightly, according to CoreLogic.
Property continues to be considered the most lucrative investment option for Australians despite recent instability, according to new research.
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