Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 19 October 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 176
This is only a forecast. Forecast ex-dividend dates are taken from company's website or by using previous ex-dividend dates as a guide. Please confirm ex-dividend date with your broker.

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Fundamental Data for HOMELOANS(HOM)

Sector: Banks
Price: $0.57 (delayed)
Year High: $0.57
Year Low: $0.37
Market Capitalisation: $0.161 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $0.3 billion
Earnings per Share: 0.3 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 8.3
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.24

Dividend Payment History for HOMELOANS(HOM)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
07-03-201708-03-201712-04-2017$0.0075100%$0.00321$0.01071$0.419.70%0.29%
19-10-201620-10-201628-10-2016$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$0.5011.54%17.23%
11-03-201615-03-201631-03-2016$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$0.4811.90%-10.77%
11-09-201515-09-201505-10-2015$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$0.5310.78%-9.81%
30-03-201501-04-201520-04-2015$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$0.648.93%-9.46%
11-09-201415-09-201403-10-2014$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$0.7110.06%-10.18%
11-03-201417-03-201426-03-2014$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$0.8210.45%20.76%
10-09-201316-09-201302-10-2013$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$0.899.63%71.18%
12-03-201318-03-201327-03-2013$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$0.8111.46%84.26%
11-09-201217-09-201202-10-2012$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$0.5914.53%35.14%
13-03-201220-03-201230-03-2012$0.025100%$0.01071$0.03571$0.5316.17%-2.27%
12-09-201119-09-201130-09-2011$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$0.5017.14%22.02%
11-03-201118-03-201131-03-2011$0.025100%$0.01071$0.03571$0.6313.61%43.14%
08-09-201014-09-201021-09-2010$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$0.5119.61%15.09%
24-02-201002-03-201009-03-2010$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$0.4727.36%160.25%
14-09-200918-09-200928-09-2009$0.055100%$0.02357$0.07857$0.6016.67%169.23%
23-03-200927-03-200903-04-2009$0.015100%$0.00643$0.02143$0.248.93%-29.34%
20-03-200828-03-200804-04-2008$0.0230%$0.00257$0.02257$0.379.34%-30.25%
29-10-200702-11-200709-11-2007$0.0120%$0.00$0.012$0.517.25%56.29%
21-03-200727-03-200705-04-2007$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.588.62%200.00%
29-09-200606-10-200613-10-2006$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.3116.13%44.00%
21-03-200627-03-200605-04-2006$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.2119.05%38.89%
30-09-200507-10-200514-10-2005$0.0150%$0.00$0.015$0.256.00%39.47%
28-03-200303-04-200317-04-2003$0.0120%$0.00$0.012$0.2813.21%-39.04%
28-10-200201-11-200208-11-2002$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.3414.71%-29.09%
08-03-200215-03-200222-03-2002$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.559.09%-
30-11-200106-12-200113-12-2001$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.614.10%-

Notes:

  • Care should be taken interpreting this chart as all dividend payments for final year may not have been paid.
  • The financial year that the dividend is allocated depends on the payment date of the dividend, not the ex-dividend date.
  • Dividend history has not been adjusted for any capital reconstructions which may have effected dividend entitlement per share.

Dividend News Articles for HOMELOANS(HOM)


Homeloans Ltd (HOM.AX) Needle Moving on Volume - Pearson Press

Homeloans Ltd (HOM.AX) Needle Moving on Volume
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Homeloans Ltd (HOM.AX) has a current ROIC of 0.25. ROIC is calculated by dividing Net Income – Dividends by Total Capital Invested. Similar to ROE, ROIC measures how effectively company management is using invested capital to generate company ...

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Here's how Westpac Banking Corp aims to disrupt the mortgage brokers - Motley Fool Australia

Here's how Westpac Banking Corp aims to disrupt the mortgage brokers
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Watch out Mortgage Choice Limited (ASX: MOC) and Homeloans Limited (ASX: HOM) shareholders because Australia's oldest bank is aiming to disrupt the mortgage broker industry. According to a report in The Australian Financial Review today Westpac ...

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NAB jacks up investor home loan rates - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

NAB jacks up investor home loan rates
NEWS.com.au
From December 12, NAB will increase its variable rates on new and existing residential investor home loans by 15 basis points from 5.4 per cent to 5.55 per cent. NAB's owner-occupier ... “We will continue to regularly review our products and pricing ...

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Banks closing the door on property investors - Motley Fool Australia

Banks closing the door on property investors
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National Australia Bank (ASX: NAB) and AMP Limited (ASX: AMP) have also raised the bar for property investor mortgages, as have two smaller lenders, MyState Limited (ASX: MYS) and HomeLoans Limited (ASX: HOM). The problem for investors is that if ...

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Banks tighten investor lending as regulators turn the screws - Motley Fool Australia

Banks tighten investor lending as regulators turn the screws
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Smaller lenders, including Homeloans Limited (ASX: HOM), Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN) are also reportedly telling mortgage brokers that the maximum interest only period for all owner-occupied home loans has been cut to 7 years from 10 ...



Are the 'Big 4' banks really a buy today? - Motley Fool Australia

Are the 'Big 4' banks really a buy today?
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The big 4 are also better capitalised than they have been in recent times, and thus more resilient to a downturn in activity. Yet businesses like Mortgage Choice Limited (ASX: MOC) and Homeloans Limited (ASX: HOM), which do well in a bustling loan ...

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Budget 2017: All about home loans in your interest - Economic Times

Economic Times

Budget 2017: All about home loans in your interest
Economic Times
1. Even a loan taken from an employer, friend, private lender is eligible for deduction--but only on interest and not principal. And you'll need a certificate from the lender. 2. Booking an apartment which is under construction is sometimes cheaper.



How to reduce your home loan interest rate - Economic Times

Economic Times

How to reduce your home loan interest rate
Economic Times
All new home loans taken from a bank with effect from April 2016 are on MCLR. But prior home loans would be on base rate or the PLR, which will be slower (read 'very slow') to react to changes in the interest rates. Home loans from HFCs like HDFC still ...

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Interest subsidy on home loan to help achieve Housing For All - Economic Times

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Interest subsidy on home loan to help achieve Housing For All
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These announcements by the Prime Minister is seen as a positive step to accomplish the vision of Housing for All by 2022 as more and more people in low and middle income groups would be able to take home loans up to Rs 12 lakh and buy their dream ...

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Why it makes more sense to switch your home loan after this interest rate cut - Economic Times

Economic Times

Why it makes more sense to switch your home loan after this interest rate cut
Economic Times
Noticeably, SBI's one-year MCLR is at 8 per cent which makes the spread on its home loan 0.6 per cent. So, even though the MCLR of banks have fallen, the actual home loans are not at MCLR. Still, the writing on the wall is clear - there is more room to ...

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