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LATEST PODCAST: New records in a hot property market

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

Join Alex Whitlock, Annie Kane and Sarah Simpkins as they discuss the hot property market and updated estimates of how much house prices will increase this year, the record level of broker settlements and originations in FY21, and why the ACCC wants to kickstart a review of giving it more power to intercede in merger proposals.

This week, they discuss:

- Why house price estimates for 2021 continue to change
- The latest FY21 financial results from lenders and aggregators
- Why Rod Sims thinks the merger control system needs reform
And much more!

  

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