Can Australian homeowners handle higher rates? |

The average variable home loan rate in Australia has fallen from 8.3% to 5.1% in the past ten years, enabling households to borrow more and drive house prices higher. Despite higher levels of household debt, Australians’ level of mortgage stress is quite low. But what if interest rates go up? Ashley Burtenshaw from Gryphon Capital Investments addresses this question in the video below.

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