This week in the headlines; Australias top brokers refuses to do house calls, aggregator beefs up its lending panel and 1 in 3 brokers to work beyond retirement.

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This week in the headlines: a NSW broker has used voicemail screening as a successful recruitment strategy, the validity of auction clearance rates were under scrutiny and Pepper, director of sales and distribution Mario Rehayem announces the groups plans to break into the prime market next year.

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This week in the headlines; the Reserve Bank of Australia unsurprisingly kept rates steady at 2.5 per cent, The Adviser uncover skewed data has presented an inaccurate view of the first home buyer sector and Cameron Kusher gives his insights on the property market at the end of 2013.

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This week in the headlines; Pepper Group put their weight behind the Western Sydney Wanderers, ASIC bans two brokers and jails another and Mark De Martino, director of sales at LoanMarket, warns brokers to get their back-office systems in order ahead of 2014's booming market.

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