Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Value emerges among banks but analysts wary
In the short term, the renewed optimism on banks has been justified primarily by their ability to significantly increase their interest-only mortgage rates…
- Big banks ease bank levy pain with rate rises
Mr Mickenbecker said that along with property investors, these two groups of borrowers were doing the heavy lifting to slow the property market and to…
- The young Australians using the #VanLife movement to get paid to travel
- Chinese buyer pays $7 million cash for Calamvale mansion after first open home
A Chinese buyer has paid a staggering $7 million cash for a house at Calamvale which was on the market only one week….
- What first-home buyers have to compromise on to buy a Sydney home for less than $650,000
First-home buyers have heard it a million times before if they want to buy a homein Sydney theyll have to compromise to afford it….
- Lendi breaks the fintech mould
Since then, Lendi has captured 1 per cent of the home loan market, and has aspirations to reach 5 per cent within … The prospect of rising interest rates and growing mortgage stress creates a churn opportunity as consumers look to…
- Suburb Profile: Northgate, north Brisbane, rides the success of neighbour Nundah
However, more people than ever before are living in the leafy suburb which sits either side of Toombul Rd, and house prices have soared. Between…
- House prices flat over the quarter in Sydney, Melbourne
In other capitals, the performance of house prices was patchy, with the exception of the long-depressed Perth market
- Mortgage stress is growing in Perth’s outer suburbs
One in five homebuyers is setting aside more than 30% of their income to pay off a mortgage
- Real estate portals to “smash” broker market
Decisions by two digital property giants to move into mortgage broking could seriously impact lead generation, one broker has warned
- House prices in the eastern capitals to decline
Rather than the dreaded crash, economists from one financial firm predict that house prices in Sydney and Melbourne will fall gradually