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Making news this week (week ending 25 March)

 

Discover some of the top news stories impacting the mortgages space in this wrap-up for the week ending 25 March.

You can read the full stories here:

Housing affordability inquiry says open superannuation vault
First home buyers should be able to use their retirement savings as collateral for a mortgage, according to a parliamentary inquiry.

Financial services no longer largest target for class actions
For the first time in more than a decade, the banking and financial services industry wasn’t served with the most class action lawsuits of any sector.

‘Plenty of scope’ to ease regulatory burden: APRA chair
Both the corporate and prudential watchdogs have set about slimming down their regulatory burden on industry, but the APRA chair has said it will take time.

'No easy feat': Saving for a FHB deposit
As escalating property prices outpace wage growth, saving for a home deposit could take a dual household more than five years.

 

 

Discover some of the top news stories impacting the mortgages space in this wrap-up for the week ending 25 March.

You can read the full stories here:

Housing affordability inquiry says open superannuation vault
First home buyers should be able to use their retirement savings as collateral for a mortgage, according to a parliamentary inquiry.

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Financial services no longer largest target for class actions
For the first time in more than a decade, the banking and financial services industry wasn’t served with the most class action lawsuits of any sector.

‘Plenty of scope’ to ease regulatory burden: APRA chair
Both the corporate and prudential watchdogs have set about slimming down their regulatory burden on industry, but the APRA chair has said it will take time.

'No easy feat': Saving for a FHB deposit
As escalating property prices outpace wage growth, saving for a home deposit could take a dual household more than five years.

 

Making news this week (week ending 25 March)
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Discover some of the top news stories impacting the mortgages space in this wrap-up for the week ending 25 March.

You can read the full stories here:

Housing affordability inquiry says open superannuation vault
First home buyers should be able to use their retirement savings as collateral for a mortgage, according to a parliamentary inquiry.

Financial services no longer largest target for class actions
For the first time in more than a decade, the banking and financial services industry wasn’t served with the most class action lawsuits of any sector.

‘Plenty of scope’ to ease regulatory burden: APRA chair
Both the corporate and prudential watchdogs have set about slimming down their regulatory burden on industry, but the APRA chair has said it will take time.

'No easy feat': Saving for a FHB deposit
As escalating property prices outpace wage growth, saving for a home deposit could take a dual household more than five years.

 

Making news this week (week ending 25 March)
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