Australian Mortgage Market: Forecasts and Future Opportunities 2016

 

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Abstract

 
- First-time buyers remain the weakest part of the market, accounting for just 14.8% of gross advances in 2015.

- Growth in investment property lending flatlined in light of Australian Prudential Regulation Authority restrictions, with owner-occupier lending surging at the same time.

- Lending to foreign buyers is up considerably, but the majors have pulled back from foreign investors in light of fraud and the potential oversupply of apartments in key investment markets.

- Refinancing has continued to gain as a share of gross advances, increasing the churn in the market and contributing to net interest margin compression.
 

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We estimate that growth in the value of balances outstanding for both owner-occupier and investment residential mortgages will be 6.1% in 2016, a slight decrease on the strong performance in 2015. The market will continue to decelerate over the forecast period as owner-occupier growth tapers off and investment property lending fails to make up for the slack. 

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Date Published: 2016-11-14 

Report: Australian Mortgage Market: Forecasts and Future Opportunities 2016

 

Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The residential mortgage market in Australia is expanding at a slowing pace, weighed down by high prices in key city markets
Key findings
Critical success factors
THE MORTGAGE MARKET IN AUSTRALIA
The Australian mortgage market is moderating from the peak of the boom
Australia's residential mortgage market was worth A$1,580bn at the end of 2015
Mortgage growth has become lopsided, and is derived almost entirely from owner-occupiers
Higher rates and tighter criteria have taken the growth out of the once booming investor segment
First-time home buyers are still being squeezed from the market
Mortgage underwriting remains dominated by bank ADIs
Market profitability is under strain as net interest margins remain at all-time lows
Even the major banks are struggling with margin compression
Market activity continues to heavily feature refinancing, with talk of a construction glut not figuring prominently in lending data
The strong uptick in gross advances continues to moderate from the peak of the boom starting in 2013
With rate increases unlikely in the short term, the fixed-rate rally has fizzled
THE FUTURE DECODED
Australian mortgage lenders can expect continuing market expansion, albeit at a slower rate
Most growth will come from bank lenders as the mainstay of the market
Despite strength among individual players, conversions will see credit unions and building societies end up with lower balances
Mortgage lending over the forecast period will be affected by various factors
Factors that are relevant but discounted over the forecast period
MARKET TRENDS
The owner-occupier market will be driven by consumer confidence
Improving but erratic consumer confidence will boost growth at the margins of the owner-occupier market
Most of Australia is still seeing property price increases, barring the mining towns
Investor activity will be moderated by the glut of inner-city apartment completions
Demand from foreign investors has become a contentious element of the market
While dampened by heightened demand for fixed-rate mortgages, loans with offset facilities will remain a mainstay of the market
Negative gearing and investment loans will continue to support demand for interest-only mortgages but offer little prospect for growth
While forecast to grow in value, the market share of reverse mortgages will remain more or less unchanged
Non-standard loans will remain niche as banks remain wary of risk
Distribution trends still favor further growth in the broker channel
Australian mortgage distribution dynamics have changed considerably since the financial crisis
Broker-only deals have proliferated, and consumers are increasingly using the channel for refinancing
Broker commissions are under review, which may dent growth in volume
APPENDIX
Abbreviations and acronyms
Definitions
Methodology
Verdict Financial's 2016 Retail Banking Survey
Bibliography
Further reading
About Verdict Financial
Disclaimer
 

List of Tables

Table 1: First-time buyer activity in Australia, 2010?16e
Table 2: Gross advances and approved foreign investment for residential property (A$m), 2010-11 to 2014-15
Table 3: Foreign buyer property taxes and surcharges, 2016
Table 4: Non-conforming residential mortgage loans on ADI balance sheets, 2011-16f (A$m)
 

List of Figures

Figure 1: APRA restrictions on investment property mortgages have reversed the dynamics of the market
Figure 2: Residential mortgage balances outstanding are mostly held by traditional banks
Figure 3: The margin from mortgage lending is at an all-time low
Figure 4: Non-performing loans remain subdued, but have increased modestly
Figure 5: Gross advances are still growing at double digit rates
Figure 6: Refinancing continues to trend up, growing balances outstanding by less than total gross advances would suggest
Figure 7: Recent RBA cuts to the cash rate have killed off the fixed-rate loan rally
Figure 8: Auswide has responded to uncertainty in the standard variable-rate market by offering tracker mortgages
Figure 9: A lack of rate increases and a steady economy will fuel continued expansion
Figure 10: The owner-occupier segment will power the market over the course of the forecast
Figure 11: Conversions will continue to drain the mutual sector
Figure 12: Factors affecting the growth of mortgage balances outstanding in Australia
Figure 13: Consumer confidence is tracking upwards from its 2015 low, supporting owner-occupiers and first home buyers alike
Figure 14: Annual price changes in capital city property markets, tracked quarterly
Figure 15: Offset mortgages will account for almost half of all loans in the market
Figure 16: Interest-only loans will peak in 2018, with balances continuing to grow
Figure 17: Reverse mortgage market share will record minimal growth
Figure 18: Brokers are originating close to half of new loans
 

Scope

Verdict Financial's "Australian Mortgage Market: Forecasts and Future Opportunities 2016" analyzes the Australian residential mortgage market, with coverage of both the investment property and owner-occupier market, including first-time buyers.

Specifically the report:

- Analyzes relative performance of the major sectors of the Australian mortgage market, including both mutual and bank as well as non-ADI lenders.

- Reviews the drivers behind recent market performance.

- Forecasts balances outstanding for both mutual and bank lenders, looking at the evolving growth of the investment property, owner-occupier, and first home buyer segments.

- Forecasts future drivers of growth and product features.

 

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Language Code: EN 
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Report Type: Market Report 
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Sector: Financial Services 
Pages: 40 

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- Which sectors offer the best prospects and opportunities for expansion over the next few years?

- What will be the market share of key mortgage sectors over the next few years?
 

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