RBA to play ‘greater regulatory role’ in real estate
JP Morgan says the central bank and prudential regulator will increase their regulatory oversight of the residential property market independent of cash rate movements.

Speaking at a breakfast event hosted by the Property Council of Australia late last month, JP Morgan vice president of real estate research Ben Brayshaw said there is “very good reason” to be cautious about the residential sector as lending standards tighten.
“There is more uncertainty on foreign capital and we would argue that the RBA in conjunction with APRA is looking to play a greater regulatory role in residential, independent of monetary policy,” he said. Read More Here