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LATEST PODCAST: Housing prices, interest rates and prudential measures

The Mortgage Business Uncut podcast is your weekly analysis of the biggest themes shaping the Australian mortgages market.

We catch up with economists Alan Oster (NAB) and David Plank (ANZ), and the FBAA’s Peter White at the Better Business Summit in Sydney to learn what they think about the current market, what they think will happen to property and mortgages in the near future, and the latest developments in the home loan market. 

This week you will hear about: 



  • House prices in the capital cities
  • Whether IO loans really are riskier
  • The effect of macro-prudential measures 


LATEST PODCAST: Housing prices, interest rates and prudential measures

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