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Housing loans drive banks? asset growth

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Australian banks’ assets grew by 17.5 per cent in the 06/07 financial year, driven by strong growth in housing loans.

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APRA’s Quarterly Bank Performance report released today showed that total housing loans increased by 13.3 per cent over the year to reach $777.9 billion.

Lending for housing continues to be a strong area for both banks and mutuals, with APRA's Quarterly Credit Union and Building Society Performance report released on Tuesday revealing similarly strong growth in housing loans for mutuals.

 

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