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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


  • 27 Jun 2006
    On-call legal and building advice

    Investment property owners face any number of legal hurdles regarding the ongoing management of their properties. With signs of renewed interest in property investment, HomeSource ... Read more

  • 20 Jun 2006
    Westpac goes eco-crazy with voucher system

    The green movement has snuck its way into home lending, with Westpac now offering new and existing customers ways to finance environmentally sustainable home purchases. Launched ... Read more

  • 20 Jun 2006
    NAB gives first homebuyers a boost

    NAB has given the introductory rate loan market a much-needed lift by offering the lowest one-year fixed introductory loan of the major banks. The new rate of 6.25% has been low ... Read more

  • 20 Jun 2006
    Housing affordability still steep

    The latest Home Loan Affordability Report from the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) has revealed only marginal improvements in home loan affordability in the March quarter ... Read more

  • 13 Jun 2006
    Rate rise waves home lending recovery goodbye

    A modest decline in home lending during April does not augur well for the prospect of a recovery later this year, particularly considering the recent rate rise. The figures, re ... Read more

  • 13 Jun 2006
    Road to recovery for renovations

    The latest Housing Industry Association (HIA) figures reveal that major renovation activity recovered in the March 2006 quarter, making up all of the ground lost towards the end of ... Read more

  • 13 Jun 2006
    Mortgage brokers expand their repertoire

    Consolidating the wider trend of mortgage brokers expanding their services to clients, national dealer group The Brokerage has expanded its services by offering general insurance p ... Read more

  • 06 Jun 2006
    Average mortgage breaks through $300K

    The latest figures released by Australian Finance Group (AFG) reveal that the average new Australian mortgage broke through the $300,000 mark in May 06. The average new mortgage ... Read more

  • 06 Jun 2006
    Data providers split hairs over RBA report

    Leading providers of house price data Australian Property Monitors and Residex are waging a war of words in response to the Reserve Bank of Australia's release of two discussion pa ... Read more

  • 06 Jun 2006
    New home sales figures add to gloomy housing picture

    A sustained recovery in the market for new homes has been pushed even further away, amid fresh falls in a leading indicator of housing market activity. The Housing Industry Asso ... Read more

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