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Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers® to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

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The Australian Financial Review

Even the tradies' home lender of choice is getting scared about apartments
The Australian Financial Review
KordaMentha holds a 30 per cent stake in a home loans for tradies business and principal Mark Korda says the business has all but banned lending for apartments. Dominic Lorrimer. by Simon Evans. A home lending company that is 30 per cent owned by ...



Wall Street Journal

Trump Education Secretary Pick Has Indirect Stake in Student Lender
Wall Street Journal
Unlike other private student lenders, SoFi makes few loans to those that are currently in school, preferring to refinance the loans of recent graduates at lower interest rates. Since its 2011 founding, SoFi has refinanced $7.9 billion in student loans ...

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Switzer Financial News

Lenders Mortgage Insurance: What you need to know
Switzer Financial News
LMI is insurance a lender takes out against making a loss on a loan they provide. In simple terms, if a borrower defaults on their loan and the lender is forced to sell the property that secures the loan, in some circumstances, the sale proceeds will ...



Lender surpasses $5bn milestone - The Adviser
The Adviser
A niche financial services lender has surpassed the $5 billion mark for loans under administration in just five years. Book Buyers Brokerage Services Australia ...

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The Australian Financial Review

Big lenders raise mortgage rates by up to 45 basis points
The Australian Financial Review
All lenders are nervous about the quality of tranches of overseas loans, particularly from mainland China, after widespread fraudulent applications were detected. Brendon Thorne. by Duncan Hughes. Firstmac, the nation's biggest non-bank lender, and ...
Trump victory tipped to push up fixed-rate loansThe Sydney Morning Herald
The Mortgage Market Is Changing FastWall Street Journal

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Toronto Star

Commonwealth Bank of Australia latest lender to raise rates | Motley ...
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Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) has become the latest bank to raise interest rates on some its mortgage products. According to the Australian ...
CBA hikes mortgage ratesThe Australian Financial Review

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The Australian Financial Review

Online payday lender Enably raises $33.5 million for larger loans ...
The Australian Financial Review
Online payday lender Enably hopes to offer larger loans after closing one of the biggest local startup funding rounds of 2016.
enably closes funding round and changes risk assessment tactics ...finder.com.au

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Westpac's RAMS raises fixed home loan interest rates
The Sydney Morning Herald
Westpac-owned RAMS is hiking fixed interest rates by up to 0.4 percentage points, the latest lender to respond to growing market bets that official rates have bottomed. The changes mean that all fixed-rate loans offered by the lender from Friday will ...

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finder.com.au

Lenders continue to hike home loan rates
finder.com.au
Lenders have made a raft of rate changes ahead of today's RBA board meeting, with both fixed and variable rates rising in recent weeks. Westpac and NAB have now hit investors with rate rises, even as the Reserve Bank is tipped to leave the official ...
CBA, NAB, Westpac turning up heat on property buyersThe Australian Financial Review

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Careless use of the power to sell has consequences, guaranteed!
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
This week's TGIF considers a recent decision in the Victorian Supreme Court in which a Guarantor was released from liability as a consequence of the Lender's inappropriate conduct in realising the security.

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