Australia’s banking and finance system delivers higher profits to only a few and rips off its most loyal customers, a Productivity Commission report has found.
The commission found loyal customers were “ripe for exploitation”, with one in two people still banking with their first bank. Only one in three have considered switching banks in the past two years, accepting interest rates on home loans up to 0.4 per cent higher than new customers.
Banks responded to orders from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority to curb interest-only mortgages by raising interest rates – not just for new loans – but for all existing investor loans.
Now’s the time to seek professional advice and review your property investment strategy and mortgage interest rate.
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