New research shows that by 2024, the number of homes needed to keep pace with population growth will have fallen short by more than 190,000.
The value of a property may be in the land, but now it’s getting more common for Australians to live in apartments, as shown by the increasing numbers of medium density dwellings approvals.
Regional markets in NSW, Victoria and Queensland are showing signs of catching up to the strong performance of their capital city neighbours, according to a new report.
Find out more…
The latest data from HIA-RP Data’s Residential Land Report shows the tell-tale signs of a national land market which is running into supply problems.
Two of Australia’s biggest residential markets are expected to continue their strong growth this year.
Properties are being snapped up quickly all over Australia, but one city in particular is dominating the list.
For the best 80 suburbs to make reno and flip profits, top tips to make money in a changing market, and a comprehensive guide to negative gearing, be sure to check out the latest Your Investment Property magazine on sale today at all leading newsagencies.
Despite predictions of gloom and a catastrophic drop in values, Australians haven’t lost their faith in property as an investment asset.
Escalating dwelling values are making it more and more difficult for renters to move into home ownership, according to a leading property analyst.
Residential property prices rose by 1.9% across Australia’s eight capital cities in the December 2014 quarter, with only one city seeing a fall in values.
A real estate association has urged the Government to retain negative gearing to encourage property investment and place downward pressure on rents.
First home buyer activity has reached a 10-year low, according to the latest official figures. However, investor demand has surged.
The December quarter saw the highest number of distressed commercial properties for sale, representing 12% of all national listings in 2014.
A new report claims 2015 will see significant growth in the new home building sector, particularly in the early months.
The slowdown in the mining and construction sector is pointing to a drop in sales for the December quarter in Western Australia.
A top researcher is warning property investors to be “a little bit cautious” when looking to invest in Melbourne or Brisbane.
Whether you believe there’s an oversupply of housing in Australia or not, there’s no denying the fact that some areas are seeing a large increase in supply coming into the market.
The rate of building approvals has declined slightly in December, after reaching its highest ever monthly level during November, according to official figures.
January RP Data Index: What does it mean ...
Advice for the year ...
Put a value on wealt ...
Nathan Birch's Top T ...
Top tips from Sam Sa ...
My SMSF has a commercial property which it's leasing out to a good tenant. ...
You are most welcome to these forum. You will get here best platform to share yo ...
Nice article but I have to ask the question. How can you state due diligence was ...