June Quarter shows declining housing affordability – Better news for renters

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The June quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows a decline in housing affordability nationally, with the proportion of income required to meet average loan repayments rising 0.9 of a percentage point to 32.2 per cent. The number of first home buyers increased by 7.3 per cent during […]

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March Quarter shows improved housing affordability

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The March quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows an improvement in housing affordability nationally, with the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments decreasing by 0.3 percentage points to 31.3 per cent. The number of first home buyers decreased by 14.5 per cent […]

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Bendigo & Adelaide Bank: Boost for Partner Connection Leadership and Third Party Banking with new roles announced

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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has announced a new leadership position within the Partner Connection Division that sees Damian Percy moving into the newly created role of Head of Strategic Partnerships. Bruce Speirs, Executive, Partner Connection, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank said “As part of our continued focus to build on the strength of our Partner Connection […]

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Bank’s progressive strategy recognised with top award for leadership in shared value for Australian communities

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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, Australia’s most trusted and fifth largest, full service retail bank, has been recognised for its unique approach to addressing societal issues as part of its core business strategy. The Bank was recognised by the Shared Value Project as the top Organisation to Lead Through Shared Value, with its Community Bank® model as the Bank’s flagship […]

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Doing Well by Doing Good – Australia’s Bendigo and Adelaide Bank ranked tops globally by FORTUNE

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The FORTUNE Annual “Change the World” List of Companies That Are Doing Well By Doing Good has been released, with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank ranked the top Australian company. FORTUNE’s annual list of top 50 companies ranks enterprises that have made an important social or environmental impact through their operations and profit-making strategy with companies […]

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Housing affordability declines – Better news for renters

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The June quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows a decline in housing affordability nationally with the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments increasing by 1.0 percentage points to 31.4 per cent. This was an increase of 0.2 percentage points compared to the […]

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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank named top non-major business bank

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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, Australia’s fifth largest full service retail bank, has been named Australia’s best non-major business bank for 2017. Bendigo Bank received the award at the RFI Group’s Australian Business Banking Awards 2017 in recognition of outstanding product and service offerings for Australian business owners. The Bank continues to build a strong reputation […]

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Victoria tops again for First Home Buyers – Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report

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The December quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows a slight decline in housing affordability nationally with the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments increasing by 0.9 percentage points to 30.4 per cent. Compared to the corresponding quarter in 2015, the figure decreased […]

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Who will be affected by the new pension changes?

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On 1st January 2017, the Australian Government implemented changes to the assets test used to calculate pensions. These changes include imposing new asset limits and will not affect everyone, but there will always be people on the borderline who need to make sure that the new rules do not adversely affect their entitlement to a […]

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Endangered first home buyers in crosshairs

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The September quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows a slight decline in housing affordability nationally with the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments increasing by 0.1 percentage point to 29.5 per cent. Compared to the corresponding quarter in 2015, the figure decreased […]

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