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The proportion of properties which made a loss on resale decreased in the December quarter, according to CoreLogic RP Data.
Only 5.4% of suburbs in Sydney are within reach for buyers with a budget of $500,000 or less, according to new research.
Suburbs in South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria have come out on top in attracting the most buyers from around Australia.
Despite booming prices in the property market, first home buyer confidence has risen to a record high.
Think everybody is benefitting from interest rate cuts? Think again.
Keeping great tenants satisfied can save you a stack of time and money. Here’s how to do just that.
Perth’s housing market has “tipped the scales to oversupply” amid slowing sales and rising construction, according to an industry body.
“Best-selling market” is no longer enough to describe Sydney’s scorching hot market. It’s now known as the “extreme seller’s market”, according to a new report.
New research by Barclays reveals Australians are the most buried when it comes to borrowing money.
Where to find 62 affordable suburbs with high growth potential, how to invest on a low income and Australia's safest areas for investors are just some of the things covered in this brand new issue of Your Investment Property.
You may have to dig a little deeper and do a bit more legwork to find them, but properties selling at a discount are more common than you think. Even in areas where prices are surging rapidly.
It’s time to honour Australia’s finest and most inspirational property investors as Your Investment Property proudly presents the 7th Annual Investor of the Year Awards.
National house prices are forecast to increase by 5% over the year, with a new capital city market set to join Sydney as a top performer.
Western Australian and Queensland have the most active first home buyers in the country, while rising prices continue to stump buyers in New South Wales.
A comparison between cost of living in 1984 and 2014 has revealed the average Australian property value is eight times higher than 30 years ago. But there is also huge growth potential in the next 30.
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