New strata laws in New South Wales make it easier for apartment owners to update or redevelop their ageing unit blocks
According to CoreLogic’s latest Hedonic Home Value Index results, capital city dwelling values rose 0.2% throughout November 2016
The latest auction market preview from CoreLogic indicates there are slightly fewer auctions to take place across the combined capital cities this week
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The IMF has warned central bank officials of spiralling house prices after concluding Australia may have the world’s second-most expensive housing market.
Have you fallen prey to unscrupulous agents, developers and spruikers eager for sales? You’re far from alone.
There are ways to boost capital growth even when the market is stagnant. Jeremy Sheppard explains three proven methods.
Negotiating doesn’t come naturally to a lot of people. But with a bit of research and insider knowledge, you too can score a great deal. Empower Wealth’s buyer’s agent Cate Bakos shares her top tips.
Australian housing affordability has improved slightly over the March quarter, but not all are convinced by the figures.
Warnings of slowing growth, compressed rental yields, affordability issues, and potential bubbles are doing nothing to deter investors.
Growth in capital cities markets is moderating as the year goes on, as illustrated by the latest RP Data - Rismark home value index results.
Believe it or not, saving for a deposit is not the biggest challenge for people purchasing their first investment property, new research has found
Dr John Demartini, human behaviour specialist, explains what really separates wealthy people from the poor and shows you how to achieve financial freedom just like the rich do.
Australia’s housing is at the most affordable now than in the past 12 years, according to the Housing Industry Association.
There are many reasons why stamp duty should be abolished and negative gearing reimagined. Here's just a few.
You may find it hard to believe, but Australian properties are in fact more affordable than their Kiwi counterparts.
The highest rental vacancy rates in nearly 20 years may suggest more renters are buying their own home – but according to a property specialist it is not that simple
WA looks set to launch yet another industry boom, with this particular one poised to take the baton from what was once a dominating resources sector.
A quarter of Australian properties are being bought for investment rather than to live in, and one top broker says this is a trend which will continue.
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