Borrowing against the home increases

Monday 19 January 2004

Australian households are borrowing more against the equity in their homes but levels were not unsustainable, according to Australia's central bank.

By The Landlord

The Reserve Bank of Australia said this was because rising house prices were creating more equity.

Banks in New Zealand have said a similar situation exists here.

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