While Sydney has gained much of the attention as the nation’s standout property market in recent years, new research has revealed it hasn't been the strongest performer over the last decade
Costs associated with local government red tape have made structural renovations in areas such as inner city Sydney unaffordable according to one renovation expert
Owners of residential, retail and commercial real estate combine to take advantage of demand for development sites
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More than 1,100 homes are scheduled to be auctioned across Australia this week, though volumes are still down compared to figures from 12 months ago
It seems investing in real estate in Australia is not just a pasttime for the super-wealthy, with the results of a recent survey showing the household income for more than half of the country’s landlords is less than $150,000 a year
While the Real Estate Institute of Queensland predicts the ballooning vacancy rate in inner city Brisbane to fall back in line with historical trends, others aren’t so sure the rental market in the area will recover in the near future
Final month of 2015 breaks three straight months of declining new home sales
A Victorian real estate agent will spend at least 20 months in jail after being found guilty of misappropriating around $1.9 million in trust money
The wave of foreign money flowing into Melbourne’s property market is set to continue in 2016, according to one major real estate firm
A shortage of tradespeople combined with the impact of a cooling property market has resulted in a sharp jump in renovation costs in one state
It's been clouded by concerns of oversupply, but one real estate body claims a recent vacancy rate spike in inner city Brisbane is nothing to worry about
A Sydney based property adviser has been banned from managing corporations and engaging in credit activities for four years
Last week was a solid one for the Australian auction market, with the preliminary national clearance rate sitting at 70.1% according to CoreLogic RP Data
January was a tough month for landlords in a number of real estate markets across Australia, with analysis revealing rents fell in three capital cities during the first month of the year
Property and construction lobby groups have warned that changes to negative gearing or the GST would have severe impacts on housing affordability for both buyers and renters.
Nearly a quarter of mortgages written over January were fixed rate loans, with demand predicted to increase
Buyer confidence is on the up in Canberra, as the city's evolution looks to push its property market out of a recent funk
The flow of Chinese money directed at foreign real estate will not be throttled by stock market turmoil in the Asian superpower according to a recent survey
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