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What changes to broker regulation mean for property investors

By Todd Stevens 18 February 2019 | 1 minute read

In this special crossover episode between the Smart Property Investment Show and The Property Couch, host Phil Tarrant is joined by The Property Couch co-host Ben Kingsley and director of mortgages and co-investor on the Smart Property Investment property portfolio Alex Whitlock, to discuss the future of mortgage brokers and how changes to regulations in that sector could ultimately hurt your back pocket.

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They share their thoughts around the current market, discuss governments role in implementing the royal commission recommendations and explain how removing brokers from the borrowing equation is bad for everyone – the banks included!

They also discuss the findings of the Consumer Access to Mortgages Report which shows huge support for the broking channel, and reveal how you can have your say on keeping choices open within the lending sector.

The Consumer Access to Mortgages Report can be found HERE https://bit.ly/2SWigOd

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Broker

A broker is a real estate agent that is licensed and has completed additional training, working independently, and can hire other agents to start their brokerage firm.

Broker

A broker is a real estate agent that is licensed and has completed additional training, working independently, and can hire other agents to start their brokerage firm.

Property

Property refers to either a tangible or intangible item that an individual or business has legal rights or ownership of, such as houses, cars, stocks or bond certificates.



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