Deloitte Australian Mortgage Report 2017

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Deloitte Australian Mortgage Report 2017

Finding focus in a complex market

The predictions for the Australian mortgage market in 2017 from Australia’s leading lenders and mortgage brokers are for an increasingly personalised, subdued market, dominated by issues of availability and affordability, and international regulation.

In this year’s bumper edition of the Australian Mortgage Report the Deloitte team go deep into the issues of housing affordability and availability, consider mortgage pricing, as well as demographics and demand

We focus on both local and global regulatory themes, conduct and put the spotlight on the ASIC review of mortgage broker remuneration. 

As well as explaining funding and the need to balance costs, we look back to 2016 when it comes to the FinTech promise and ahead to 2018

Deloitte Australian Mortgage Report 2017

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Back row (from left): Steve Weston, (Consultant); Kevin Nixon, Heather Baister, Graham Mott (all Deloitte); Malcolm Watkins (AFG); Mario Rehayem (Pepper Money); Scott McWilliam (Homeloans); Meg Bonighton (NAB); James Hickey (Deloitte). 

Front row: Peter Andronicos (eChoice); Louise Denver (Deloitte); Lisa Claes (CoreLogic); Jenny Wilson (Deloitte); Vimpi Juneja (BOQ)

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