The recent statement made by Reserve Bank of Australia Governor, Philip Lowe, advising homeowners to shop around for a better mortgage deal, has come under fire from Aussie Home Loans boss, James Symond. In an interview on national television, Symond slams Lowe for making misleading comments about interest rates, calling it “crazy.” According to Symond, the RBA Governor’s statement was an attempt to shift the blame of the increased mortgage rates to the banks, while in reality, the RBA’s own policies were responsible for the rate hikes. He also added that Lowe’s comments could have caused more confusion among the homeowners who are already struggling to understand the complex market jargon. This controversy highlights the ongoing debate surrounding Australia’s housing market, which has been a topic of concern for both homeowners and policymakers alike. With the housing market being one of the key drivers of the Australian economy, any changes to the interest rates and mortgage policies can have significant impacts on the overall financial stability of the nation.