Is a private mortgage your client's best option?
As mainstream lenders continue to tighten their credit policies, this alternative could be making a comeback
Editor's Letter: Outback chats
Even in the Outback, the conversation still leads back to the royal commission
Opinion: Reining in the dabblers
The new Property and Stock Act represents the biggest shake-up of the sector in 70 years, and has huge implications for brokers, writes Craig Swan
Want to buy a finance broking franchise? Consider these things first
It's about more than just the contractual obligations and commission split, writes Resolve Finance's Maria Robinson
Broker urges borrowers to "rise up" against living expense scrutiny
"Today common sense has been removed and is no longer applied when making lending decisions"
Create a smarter marketing strategy
Don't have money to invest in an entire website? Here are the next best ways to get your business seen and heard
Repayment history will help brokers better match clients to credit
In his last column on CCR, Equifax's Australian MD explains how some clients' risk may be reclassified as a result
Opinion: Leading by example
CoreLogic CEO Lisa Claes explains why being a role model is the most important leadership role of all
Editor's Letter: When women talk, change happens
We are thrilled to present MPA's inaugural Women in Broking issue
"In my experience, brokers don't tend to stay in touch with former customers"
And if you’re not doing that, then someone else will, writes Simone Poulter