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So Matt...would you care to articulate the “huge customer benefits” that will be delivered ??...

Concerned broker
2 days ago.

As we head into a new year, change is still very much on the agenda, says CoreLogic's Matt Carlson.

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Excellent article Cory and spot on. This scaremongering narrative from the Banks is pure spin aimed...

Andrew Way, Semper C...
2 days ago.

The chief lending officer of a credit provider has sought to refute the “myths” associated with non-bank lending amid concerns raised by

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"miscalculated" really? How about the lending parameters changed 5 minutes ago and the preapproval...

Anonymous
3 days ago.

The decline in the banks’ risk appetite has been highlighted by the latest statistics from APRA, with low-deposit, low-doc and interest-on

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Sally Tindall's commentary regarding 20% deposits is absolute nonsense. There are a few lenders...

Q
3 days ago.

The decline in the banks’ risk appetite has been highlighted by the latest statistics from APRA, with low-deposit, low-doc and interest-on

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I don't think this is a reflection on people's changing of their dream out of desire, more a...

Anonymous
3 days ago.

Australians increasingly favour “freedom” and “flexibility” over the traditional dream of homeownership, according to new research.

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Another reason - mortgage insurance premiums are dis-proportionately expensive and the policy is...

Anonymous
3 days ago.

The decline in the banks’ risk appetite has been highlighted by the latest statistics from APRA, with low-deposit, low-doc and interest-on

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I agree with one comment that all loans should originate via a broker, the public would be far...

Anonymous
4 days ago.

Pricing for mortgages is “opaque” and the cost and effort needed to search for discounts is “unnecessarily high”, the ACCC’s Resid

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Doh....12 months to confirm what the majors have been doing for years. And will continue to act in...

OB
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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And they do it because they also know that they are completely arrogant and untouchable - one only...

Broker
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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We all know the toothless ACCC and APRA will doing very little or nothing at all. So far, they have...

WA
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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That can't be true - What's next, petrol stations working together on fuel prices??

Cubeman
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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Wow it only took 12 months for someone to figure out what anyone with half a brain could see from...

Anonymous
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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Collusion to raise 1.1 billion ? - nearly enough to pay all the upcoming fines.
But its all good PC,...

Broker
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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I was saying this until I was horse, nearly all brokers knew this was what was going on. ANZ lifts...

Matt broker
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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ah Helloo !!! We all knew. Took the ACCC a long time to work that out. Probably had to form a...

Regional
4 days ago.

APRA’s cap on interest-only lending served as a “convenient focal point” for the major banks to engage in “synchronised” mortgage

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