RateSetter completes $10.5m capital raising

Will changes in lending like Ratesetter help reduce the problems of affordable housing or put more buyers in the market and make things worse?

Australia's Lowest Home Loan Interest Rates

Private equity firm Five V Capital has led a $10. 5 million capital raising for peer-to-peer lender RateSetter Australia. Five V Capital has joined RateSetter‘s existing shareholders and additional p

Source: RateSetter completes $10.5m capital raising

EXPLAINER: In your 30s and want to buy a house? This is what you need to know and do.

Steep drop in home ownership is a worry especially amongst young people. http://snip.ly/o8cd1

Figures in the recent Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey revealed a steep drop in home ownership amongst people under 40 from almost 36 per cent in 2001 to just 25 per cent in 2015.

Dr Greg Schwann, Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Melbourne and an expert in housing and mortgages, says many crucial factors have led to the prohibitively high prices that are now locking out first home buyers.

“Australian cities are growing rapidly, more than any other cities in the world,” says Dr Schwann.

Source: EXPLAINER: In your 30s and want to buy a house? This is what you need to know and do.

no deposit home loans

Carrie Hamilton discusses bond aggregation with ABC TV News 24 (10 March 2017) – YouTube

Bond Aggregation

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.

Bond Aggregation and No Deposit Home Loans

Bond Aggregation and No Deposit Home Loans housing providers will open up lending options