Following years of consultation and review, strata law reforms have finally come into effect in New South Wales
The latest figures from ABS show a marked decline in dwelling approvals in New South Wales, particularly for apartment approvals
Newly built or significantly renovated homes in Queensland need to be compliant with the new smoke alarm legislation by 1 January 2017
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Are you worried about the heat in Australia’s housing market? So, it seems, is the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Soaring prices in Sydney and Melbourne are driving demand in another capital city, according to a leading real estate agency
While 2014 was a year of moderation for the property market, 2015 looks likely to be sedate.
While Sydney house prices are still growing, the same can't be said for prices in other capital cities.
This Australian city’s luxury residential market is one of two in the world which are expected to grow in 2015.
Rising demand for inner city living is set to be a key investment driver in 2015.
Western Australia remains the strongest residential building market in Australia, but activity in the state appears to have peaked.
The proportion of home loans going to investors far and away exceeds that going to first home buyers.
Could historically low interest rates be lulling property investors into a false sense of security - and over-extending themselves as a result?
This massive issue of Your Investment Property features 204 suburbs poised for growth, state-by-state forecasts, and the most important facts and figures investors should be mindful of for the year ahead.
Signs of easing property price growth should alleviate fears about Australia’s housing "bubble".
If the government doesn’t act to ensure standards in the industry are lifted, the property industry will establish a political party...
Getting rid of negative gearing on investment properties could see the cost of renting increase by 50% or more.
Australian’s intense love for renovation shows no sign of cooling, according to a new report.
One capital city’s property market in particular is on track to do well in 2015, according to Empower Wealth CEO Ben Kingsley.
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Would be interested to read an updated version of this article for 2016!