Dan Holden of HoldenCAPITAL takes a look at new funding options, market trends, and how to be on the front foot when funding your next project.
Given the recent tightening of the major banks on corporate lending, the only alternative for borrowers is to turn to second tier lenders.
Why are Australians so obsessed with interest rates?
The Reserve Bank of Australia left the official cash rate at 1.50 per cent but credit conditions have tightened for investors over recent months, and owner occupiers are wary about rates as the banks move unilaterally, says Shane Garrett of the HIA.
Australian households are living on a knife-edge, with record levels of debt, record slow wages growth, and the expectation of higher interest rates, warns new research from Digital Finance Analytics.
Sydney’s property market could look very different in 2017, says Douglas Driscoll, CEO of Starr Partners.
Further interest rate rises for property loans could exacerbate an economic slowdown.
It's not uncommon for banks to indicate before settlement that there will be a shortfall between the sale price and the outstanding mortgage.
Banks believe off-shore buyers don’t reflect the local demand that the bank is looking to satisfy in the event that they are required to sell unsold stock in a default scenario.
RBA says there are tentative signs that the housing market might be slowing in Sydney and Melbourne.
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