ANDREW CARSWELL, JESSICA IRVINE and LEIGH VAN DEN BROEKE The Daily Telegraph April 02, 2013
THE party may be over for Australia's mortgage holders, with previous predictions of further interest rate cuts this year beginning to evaporate.
Warren Davis Building Societies Association 31 October 2012
Unsurprisingly the final Mortgage Market Review (MMR) package does not differ substantially from the proposals contained in the last consultation almost a year ago.
Sonja Koremans Courier Mail news.com.au October 19, 2012
BANKS' failure to pass on full interest rate cuts is forcing more homeowners into mortgage arrears across Australia, a new report shows.
Tanya Angerer Bloomberg.com 18 October 2012
Bad news for Australian home owners as mortgage lenders fail to pass on Reserve Bank interest-rate cuts in full is good news for bond investors, as pressure mounts for even lower benchmark borrowing costs.
Free legal services 16 October 2012
If you are in debt and have legal problems, you may not be able to afford a private solicitor. However, community legal centres and Legal Aid agencies offer free legal advice, and services are available in every state and territory.
ASIC MoneySmart 16 October 2012
Get back on track
Most people cope with their mortgage repayments but when something happens out of the blue, they can struggle. Breaking up with your partner, losing your job or illness can play havoc with your finances.
Andrew Tsanadis Money Management 11 October, 2012
A Sydney-based mortgage broker has been banned from providing financial services for six years after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) found that he had engaged in false and misleading conduct.
Bigpondnews.com Finance October 08, 2012
The big banks insist they can't afford to pass on the Reserve Bank's interest rate cut, but angry mortgage holders are increasingly likely to respond by switching lenders.