Mortgage referrers cannot provide advice to consumers, or assist them in any way when applying for a loan, said ASIC
Despite new taxes and Aussie bank lending restrictions on offshore investors, foreign buying surged last year and is expected to grow further this year and next
Net overseas migration accounted for 55% of Australia’s total population growth last year
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