Due to rising dwelling values, there’s been a significant reduction in housing supply under this price bracket, according to CoreLogic
They’re behind many of the ambitious new building projects in the city, and the taxes they’re paying are enriching the Andrews government
The practice allows people to build equity while living where they want instead of living in mortgaged houses in areas they’re not keen on
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Australian households have tripled their average amount of debt in the last 25 years, a new report has revealed
The case for even lower rates is strengthening, after a recent economic index shows that the Australian economy is stalling
A London apartment has hit the market with a price tag almost three times the size of Australia’s biggest residential sale
The Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW) has joined the debate over the future of stamp duty in Australia, criticising the NSW Government’s stance on the issue
Housing markets across Australia are in a state of relative balance between buyers and sellers according to a combined report from the Commonwealth Bank and CoreLogic RP Data
Sydney has been warned by a Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) official that a combination of factors could see house prices rise even further in the city
While Sydney’s rate of capital growth is expected to slow in the coming year, the next 12 months could see median house prices in the city push into seven figures
The Property Council of Australia (PCA) has joined the debate over taxes on real estate, labelling stamp duty as a “cash grab” damaging the Nation’s economy
At 35 square metres, the minimum size for a studio apartment in New South Wales may seem tiny to some, but compared to a unit up for rent in New York it’s positively palatial
It was business as usual on the auction front last week as Sydney and Melbourne again led the nation with the highest clearance rates
A leading real estate economist believes there is no property bubble in Australia and house price growth may already be slowing
Another Sydney property looks set to deliver a capital windfall to its owners decades after it was last traded
Despite rises in the majority of capital cities, Australia’s weekly asking rents rose by the slowest rates on record over the 12 months to May
After a down week due to the long-weekend, auction volumes have risen by almost 60% this week
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has defended Australia’s current negative gearing policies and has warned that changes to the scheme would result in higher rents
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