In the past week a number of smaller lenders increased fixed home loan interest rates, while Citi managed to cut variable rates.
Greater Bank has increased its 'Great Rate' one year fixed home loan rate by 30 basis points, marking an end to the record low rate.
2021 was an interesting year for home loan interest rates, with many of them heading only in one direction - up.
With Christmas just around the corner, CommBank has hiked its fixed interest rates by up to 25 basis points across various home loans.
In a game of snakes and ladders, UBank on Friday cut a variable home loan by 20 basis points, while ANZ hiked by as much as 50 basis points.
On Wednesday Westpac increased interest rates on fixed home loans by as much as 30 basis points.
On Friday ING increased interest rates on a number of fixed-rate loans, and earlier in the week a number of other lenders did similar.
Despite the current low-interest environment, some term deposit rates have started to rise.
Thursday's increase marks the second time in three weeks NAB has raised its fixed interest rates on home loans.
CommBank, Suncorp, and ME Bank have increased fixed interest rates by up to 62 basis points.