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LATEST PODCAST: Tracking mortgage sentiment

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

Join Alex Whitlock and Annie Kane as they talk to the head of strategy at Momentum’s research arm, Momentum Intelligence, about the work being undertaken to gauge sentiment towards the mortgage process.

Whether it be understanding what brokers think of the banks, tracking sentiment around the ease of use in the application process, or navigating what borrowers and non-borrowers think of the mortgage process, Momentum Intelligence has been hard at work this year collecting and analysing data to help keep the third-party channel informed and ahead of the curve.

This week, they discuss:
o The Third-Party Lending Report trends
o How brokers are engaging with the Broker Pulse
o The new Consumer Access to Mortgages Report

And much more!

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