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LATEST PODCAST: Economists predict a bottom to the property market slump

Join Alex Whitlock and Charbel Kadib as they delve into the latest themes and developments in the home loan market.

In this episode, they talk about the changes all around, with the CEO of a major financial services group stepping down, APRA looking to revise its mortgage lending guidance, an RBA rate cut looking imminent and a new cabinet in Parliament.

This week they discuss...

  • What the new cabinet structure means for the mortgage sector
  • When the property market is predicted to bottom out
  • The New Broker Academy 2019 Brisbane event taking place tomorrow

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