Banks have quashed speculation that payment holidays will affect customers' credit scores and their ability to borrow in the future.
Bank margins are under pressure amid record low interest rates and lenders may not be able to cut mortgage rates much further, according to a new report from KPMG.
NZFSG's head of growth Bruce Patten has taken on a mentoring role for Loan Market's top-performing advisers in Australia and New Zealand.
With the backing of government guarantees, New Zealand banks have launched support loans for small and medium-sized businesses affected by covid-19.
The New Zealand housing market is poised for its biggest downturn since the GFC, but economist Tony Alexander believes there are reasons to be positive.
Banks have quashed speculation that payment holidays will affect customers' credit scores and their ability to borrow in the future: [READ ON]
A delay to the FSLAA regime could be a problem for those that have already moved their business towards licensing, according to one expert: [READ ON]
It’s not just tenants who are feeling the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown – landlords are too, with a new survey showing that the personal income of 59% of them has been affected.
Two Hamilton real estate agencies have lost their long-running battle with the Commerce Commission over allegations of price-fixing.
The Covid-19 crisis means everything is changing fast, so CoreLogic’s Kelvin Davidson* has put together his 10 key points on what to be aware of when it comes to the property market.
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