The RBA's property argument is full of holes

The RBA looks to have sensibly ruled out higher loan-to-value ratios to slow house price growth, but its current proposal is still flawed simply because there’s no justification for taking any action at all.

Judging from the RBA’s appearance before the Senate Economics References Committee, it seems that regulators have ruled out higher loan-valuation ratios as a method of slowing rapid house price growth. Just as well, as they would have most certainly failed.

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