Concern over DTI implementation; Co-operative Bank goes sub 2%

Thursday, June 17th 2021, 9:27AM

Advisers have raised concerns about how debt to income limits could be implemented as the Reserve Bank adds them to its regulatory armoury: [READ ON]

Here's what DTIs might look like, if they are enforced: [READ ON]

Elsewhere, short term rates continue to fall. The Co-operative Bank has launched a sub 2% first home buyer special rate. 

Tags: Lending

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