Andrew Wilson

Home lending decline has further to go: economist

New loan commitments fall for fourth consecutive month

Connective encourages brokers to communicate with clients

Marketing is vital in rising-rate environment

Home lending activity expected to decline

Loan totals down $1.8 billion from last year

Inflation hits 5.1% - will it force RBA to lift interest rates?

Economists speculate ahead of May meeting

How educating borrowers boosts business

Top broker says helping customers gain financial literacy has become a key driver for his company

"There is only one solution to this and that is supply"

REINSW head on the worsening housing affordability crisis for first home buyers

Banks raise rates so RBA doesn’t have to

Borrowers potentially at risk as banks raise rates despite lacklustre wage and employment growth

Why the cynics are wrong about Australia's housing market

Australia is at risk of contagion from a decline in house prices, says the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, but Dr Andrew Wilson doesn’t agree. Here Domain’s chief economist, in conversation with MPA, calls out several flaws in the OECD’s methodology