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Australia’s biggest lenders have raked in an extra $2.5 billion by charging investors more for loans than owner occupiers

NAB is capping lending to buyers; blacklists more than 600 towns and suburbs

NAB has compiled a borrowers’ blacklist of more than 600 towns and suburbs where it has capped lending to buyers ... Read more

Morgan Stanley: Apartment glut will negatively impact the economy

Morgan Stanley analysts warned that the looming apartment glut in inner-city regions will negatively impact the economy ... Read more

APRA chairman refuses to use the “B word” to describe Sydney housing market

Wayne Byres, chairman of APRA, has refused to use the “B word” to describe the Sydney housing market, saying the situation was more nuanced ... Read more


  • 17 Oct 2006
    Consumers shrug off recent rate rise

    Consumers are not fretting about interest rates to the extent as previously envisaged, according to research conducted by the Melbourne Institute for ING Direct. Fifty-nine per ... Read more

  • 17 Oct 2006
    New product to shake-up mortgage market

    Australian borrowers, already spoilt for choice, are being offered yet another product to consider when funding their home purchase. The latest addition to the thousands of mort ... Read more

  • 17 Oct 2006
    Market for shared equity products

    Shared equity mortgage providers will be buoyed by the latest Mortgage Trends Report by Genworth Financial, which found significant interest for the products from those yet to get ... Read more

  • 10 Oct 2006
    Homeowners look to refinance

    The interest rate hikes in May and August are prompting homeowners to tighten their belts and spend less, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Dep ... Read more

  • 10 Oct 2006
    Investors make way for owner-occupiers

    The national average mortgage size has edged up $1,000 over the month of September, and is now at $307,422, according to mortgage figures from Australian Finance Group. This reflec ... Read more

  • 10 Oct 2006
    Broker role in high demand

    Borrowers are enlisting the help of mortgage brokers for not just their first home loan but on a repeat basis, with nearly three quarters of borrowers using them again to source th ... Read more

  • 03 Oct 2006
    First homebuyer market still strong

    Despite interest rate rises and affordability issues, first homebuyers are still looking to realise the great Australian dream of home ownership, according to research commissioned ... Read more

  • 03 Oct 2006
    Australia faces $10bn strata problem: report

    Building owners of strata-titled apartments in Australia have not sufficiently budgeted for billions of dollars worth of maintenance and repair works, according to a new survey. S ... Read more

  • 03 Oct 2006
    Australian households back 'green movement'

    Australian householders are taking a more active part in the government's initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using less water and energy, new research has found. The ... Read more

  • 26 Sep 2006
    Beat interest rate rises - Australia's Best Home Loans

    Looking for the best home loan deal and lender can be a difficult prospect. Overall there are around 3000 products and some 20,000 mortgage brokers, all targeting the customer with ... Read more

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