Bond aggregation and no deposit home loans can be a major disruption the housing industry. I’m not sure if the government realise it but the bond aggregator they’ve put together in the last budget could turn the property market on its head.
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Carrie Hamilton discusses bond aggregation with ABC TV News 24 (10 March 2017) – YouTube
AHURI Researcher, Carrie Hamilton, discusses the role of bond aggregation in addressing Australian housing affordability. The proposed Government initiatives will address the problem of low-income earners facing rental stress.To hear more about the Federal Government’s approach to housing affordability, register now for the Federal Treasurer’s Address on Housing Affordability, 10 April 2017, Melbourne: http://www.ahuri.edu.au/events/federa… Via youtube.com
Bond aggregation and no deposit home loans open up the industry
What they’ve (perhaps) failed to consider is that the bond aggregator opens the door to the capital markets for a whole group of not for profits and charities that don’t need or particularly even want to make money of off home buyers and tenants!