Australian RMBS may have lost their shine with investors but the fundamentals of the domestic market are still sound, says MGIC’s Patrick Chipman.
The non-bank lending sector experienced a significant drop in new business in September.
Australia's non-bank lending sector needs to re-define itself if it wants to remain relevant to the mortgage industry — starting with the term 'non-bank'.
Will non-bank lenders be forced to cut broker commissions to combat tighter margins? Mortgage Business investigates.
The US sub-prime crisis has sent shockwaves throughout the Australian mortgage lending industry, with non-bank lenders arguably hit the hardest.
Genworth Financial has put its weight behind forty year mortgages, heralding the product as an important tool to combat the housing affordability crisis.
In a turbulent week the US sub-prime collapse triggered stock market jitters worldwide, sparking further negativity about non-bank lenders.
The headline CPI (consumer price index) rose 1.2 percent this June quarter, sparking concern among economists that interest rates could soon head north.
Processing lags for mortgage applications have persisted, with tu...
Despite the recent impact of COVID-19 on property markets, non-...
The non-bank lender has revealed two new business products design...