Mortgage holders across the country are feeling the pinch right now as higher interest rates and the rising cost of living hit household budgets hard.
Owner-occupiers are refinancing their home loans in record numbers, desperately trying to get the best deal possible while interest rates rise and the cost of
Nervous home owners appear to be heading for some interest rate relief with economists tipping the Reserve Bank will keep them on hold when it
If you are blindly sticking with your same lender out of loyalty, you could be one of the many Australians collectively losing over $4 billion a year because of it.
NAB chief executive Ross McEwan says higher interest rates are already here but customers who are ahead on payments will be able to absorb.
Property investors are muscling on the market as first home buyers increasingly find themselves struggling to be able to borrow enough for a purchase.
The gap between unit and house prices in Melbourne continues to widen and it’s making things difficult for some people looking to upgrade from their little unit to a bigger space.
The end of the HomeBuilder government incentive scheme has seen a sharp drop in new dwelling approvals.
Loan payment deferrals have seen a take-up rate of around 10 per cent according to the Reserve Bank, a point they highlighted at their May meeting.