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BFCSA The Australian Investors Club and Sub Prime Mortgages

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The Investors Club embroiled in Australias sub-prime crisis

Written by admin on August 12, 2014

The Australian has today reported on an emerging wave of subprime repossessions in Australia as times start to get tough.  On Saturday, we reported how Australia has one of the largest property bubbles in the world, significantly larger than the USA subprime bubble. While evidence is emerging, our politicians are very much behind the bubble, you have to ask yourself, can Australia have such a large property bubble with prudent lending standards?

“We have been in denial for years as a nation that we don’t have a subprime problem, but we do,” Ms Brailey, President of the Banking and Finance Consumers Support Association said.

The Australian reports on a Perth disability pensioner who was enticed to take out a $370,000 investment loan with a mortgage broker five years ago. After last year halting her payments, the loan has ballooned out to more than $1 million. Now the subprime lender has launched Supreme Court action to recover the property and the $1 million debt owing.

At 8:30am, ABC radio in Brisbane started a talkback show on Australia’s subprime mortgage crisis. The segment discussed how it is our major banks, who are writing[falsifying] most of these loans. As times start to get tough and the property market turns, people defaulting on their subprime loans has surged to three times normal levels. You can listen to the 15 minute segment, here.

And Tonight, the ABC’s 7:30 report has reported on alleged loan fraud by The Investor’s Club, now known as the Property Club. Mr McNally and Ms Mathews were enticed into buying four properties through the “free” club, and are now struggling to keep the family home after being forced to sell their business. They are suing The Investor’s Club after it was found the club’s broker has allegedly falsified loan application forms, grossly overstating income and providing loans they could not service.

The ABC said there are now four other TIC investors who have evidence of falsified loan application forms suggesting the practice is wide spread within the club. No doubt, many others could emerge tonight after the story has gone to air. Other TIC investors have also lost significant portions of their wealth investing in TIC properties such as Kirribilli Heights and now feel The Investors Club has mislead them. The ABC claims some properties have dramatically lost value and the projections of rental incomes have not been achieved.

» Pensioner represents tip of $100bn sub-prime iceberg: advocate – The Australian, 12th August 2014.

» Australia’s subprime mortgage crisis – The ABC, 12th August 2014.

 

» The Investors Club, renamed as Property Club, sued by couple claiming they were misled into taking out $1 million in loans – The ABC, 12th August 2014.

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