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Banks cut fixed rates on home loans as they start wooing investors again

Banks are wading back into the market for interest-only home loans, cutting fixed interest rates as the industry grows more comfortable with a regulatory cap on higher-risk lending.
The Age

On the rise: More NSW home owners opt for fixed over varied rate home loans

Choosing between a fixed and varied rate home loan may make you feel that you are hedging your bets on the direction interest rates could take.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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First drop in banks' interest-only loans since 2009

The value of interest-only home loans on the books of Australian banks shrunk for the first time in more than seven years last quarter.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

John Symond sells up final stake in Aussie

Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond will be making out like a bandit – again – as he sells his remaining 20 per cent stake in the mortgage broking business to the bank, which could yield a $100..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Home loan demand eases, prices to follow

Further signs of softening demand for home loans suggests a tamer home price growth is on the horizon.
SBS

NAB extends crackdown on interest-only home loans

National Australia Bank will start automatically knocking back customers seeking to borrow a high multiple of their income through an interest-only home loan, amid concerns over the risks created by..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Property portal Domain pushes into home loans to rival REA Group Ltd

Two days ago, property advertising mogul REA Group Ltd (ASX: REA) announced that it was moving into the mortgage market and acquiring a majority stake in big mortgage broker Smartline. That will give..
Motley Fool

CBA raises rates on interest-only home loans, cuts elsewhere

Commonwealth Bank is the final major bank to hike interest rates for customers with an interest-only mortgage, while giving a smaller cut to homeowners paying down their loans.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

REA Group makes two mortgage broking deals

News Corp's REA Group has announced two strategic investments in the mortgage broking market as part of its plan to move into home loans this year.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

CBA to cut 150 jobs as banks shed costs

Commonwealth Bank will cut 150 positions among Australian staff who process home loans, the latest sign of job shedding at the country's large banks.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Home loans: Don’t pay more than you need to

Choose carefully so that you don’t pay more interest on your home loan than is absolutely necessary.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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