Impending changes to super could make holding property in SMSFs less attractive, especially via limited recourse borrowing arrangements
The drop is attributed to rising investment in the resources sector and an overall improvement in the state economy
The vacancy rate was notably tight in Hobart, which achieved a record low, according to SQM Research
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Starting on July 1, changes will be rolled out to pre-tax contributions, after-tax contributions, and the pension phase
The latest stamp duty concessions may be designed to manipulate the housing market in Sydney
Although value rises have been more common over the past two decades, in some instances, values have fallen rapidly
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Although Perth’s private rental sector continued to present challenges for landlords, tenant activity was very healthy in the metro area
Technology enhancements and extensive use of data is enabling the Australian Taxation Office to identify incorrect or suspicious claims
Queensland needs more landlords who recognise the benefits of allowing pets in their rental properties, says a landlord insurance specialist
For less than $100,000, a savvy Aussie was able to snag a three-bedroom home in the Japanese countryside
The Australian Taxation Office advises people to stop and think before giving away personal details or hard-earned money to scammers
Greater yields and reduced volatility are attracting a greater number of SMSF investors
CoreLogic expects demand from first-home buyers to surge following the introduction of the latest amendments
Higher taxes and fees are expected to raise nearly $2bn over the next four years to help struggling first-home buyers
The package balances supply and demand initiatives, and shows that the government has listened to the people of NSW, says the Property Council of Australia
The looming vacancy tax and the state of Chinese investment flows into Australia are two hurdles investors want to overcome
Up until the last day of June, the purchase of off-the-plan property does not require the normally applicable stamp duty charges
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