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Industry sentiment to be revealed through new report

Staff Reporter 2 minute read

Mortgage Business has launched Australia’s first quarterly sentiment survey to map the mood and viewpoints of the mortgage industry throughout its growth and evolution.

Alex Whitlock, publisher of Mortgage Business, believes that the survey findings will be invaluable, reflecting the overall perceptions of stakeholders and providing an early indication of the direction the market may take.

“This survey will reveal the sentiments of the third-party mortgage industry throughout all market cycles.

“The broking sector is still young and despite the present challenging conditions there is considerable scope for growth and evolution ahead. It is important to chart the industry’s progress and provide a regular snapshot of milestones along the way,” he said.

Mortgage Business readers can now help map sentiment on the key issues impacting their business, including which market segments represent the greatest potential for the months ahead, the government’s management of the economy, the effectiveness of the RBA’s cash rate policy and future property market performance.

“The first survey and associated report will provide a unique insight into the industry’s expectations for the forthcoming quarter,” Mr Whitlock said.

“The survey can be completed by Mortgage Business readers online, with the whole process taking less than two minutes.”

TO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS GROUND BREAKING SURVEY CLICK HERE

Published: 18-11-08

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