Monthly Archives: October 2017

Agents not alert to identity fraud – The Adviser

As read in The Adviser -Real estate agents are not doing enough to prevent identity fraud, a new survey has found. Although 40 per cent of Australian real estate agents are concerned about fraudulent activity, only 2.17 per cent use a verification app to confirm that they are dealing with the true owner despite tough […]

Increasing number of loans being reclassified- Mortgagebusiness

As read in Mortgagebusiness online – An increasing number of mortgages are being reclassified from investor to owner-occupier loans, new figures from the Reserve Bank of Australia have shown, with $1.7 billion of loans changed in August. The RBA’s financial aggregate figures for August 2017 show that, while the growth in credit for housing held firm […]