NAB Blacklists 120 postcodes for loans

National Australia Bank has identified a long list of 120 postcodes where it believes there may be rising risk in the mortgage market, and where it will require home buyers to stump up a deposit of as much as 30 per cent.15563628 - house and question 3d image

The Australian Financial Review reports that a confidential report listed dozens of suburbs have been added to the bank’s list together with new measures intended to tighten scrutiny of household expenditure used to assess loan eligibility.

As you can see from the graphic below NAB’s list is divided into A category postcodes, where loan-to-value ratios are capped at 70 per cent, and B category, where it is 80 per cent.


Source: Australian Financial Review

Not surprisingly those wanting to by an inner city apartment in many suburbs in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne will now need a deposit of at least 20 per cent.


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Brett Warren


Brett Warren is Director of Metropole Properties Brisbane and uses his 13 plus years property investment experience to advise clients how to grow, protect and pass on their build their wealth through property. Visit: Metropole Brisbane

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