The corporate watchdog has released the findings of its review of low-doc home loans.
A third of Mortgage Business readers sell reverse mortgages despite settlements declining over the past three years.
Bank customer satisfaction reached its highest level in 18 years during August, rising from 82.1 per cent in July to 82.3 per cent, based on a survey by Roy Morgan Research.
Restricting access to negative gearing would reduce housing investment and affordability, according to new research.
Loan Market’s Sam White explains why he’s choosing an organic launch for the group’s financial planning arm.
Brokers will play a key role in a new strategy by NAB that will see the lender give cash incentives to new home loan customers.
The Bank of Queensland has reached an agreement to pay $17 million to settle proceedings brought against it by ASIC and a class action on be...
A leading economist believes the “exaggerated” levels of investor home loans being written could be indicative of first home buyer demand.
The Business Council of Australia (BCA) has strongly advised the Financial System Inquiry to reconsider potential changes to banking regulation.
The overwhelming number of SMSFs holding direct property suggests trustees have “forgotten that the role of a SMSF is to fund retirement”, according to HLB Mann Judd.