University to probe reverse mortgagesBY KANIKA SOOD | TUESDAY, 11 JUN 2019 12:09PM
The University of New South Wales' business school is starting a two-year research project on reverse mortgages to find why their uptake has been slow in Australia.Read more: Australia, ASIC, Household Capital, University of New South Wales, Australians, Dr Joshua Funder, Dr Katja Hanewald, Great Financial Crisis, Professor Hazel Bateman, UNSW Business School
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