A former bank executive says the banks’ rate hikes for IO borrowers was motivated more by greed than by a desire to abide by APRA’s new restrictions
Letters can choose between long or short-term rental options without checking on the by-laws of their buildings, several sources confirm
Is there a bubble in Sydney and Melbourne? Will prices rise in Brisbane? We ask three analysts for their opinions
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A Point Piper residence has set a new price record for a non-waterfront house in Sydney
Would you be willing to put up $700,000 for an apartment less than three metres wide?
Planning departments in the New South Wales and Victorian State Governments are hoping to clarify design requirements for apartments in the two states
ASIC has expressed concerns over rising house prices causing a property bubble, just as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand announced new restrictions on lending to investors in Auckland
Melbourne accounted for nearly a third of Australia’s greenfield sales during the March quarter, with lot sales up 14% from the previous quarter
Although current levels of home building activity are soaring, there is unrealised demand for detached housing because of barriers to supply
The Western Australian State Government has been accused of creating an imbalance within the state’s housing market with changes to the First Home Owners Grant
While houses generally outperform units, there are always exceptions to the rules.
Things are happening on the Gold Coast that are leading some pundits to predict it’s set for strong growth. But is it as strong as it looks?
The Abbott Government's second budget will benefit many people involved with property, according to experts.
Your step-by-step guide to building a portfolio you can retire on, 11 ways to find the best areas to invest in, and how to get more finance from the bank, are just some of the articles in this brand new issue of Your Investment Property.
Over the next few years, many of Australia’s best performing areas for capital growth will likely be outside of capital cities.
Despite the runaway prices in Australia’s biggest cities, there are still pockets where you can snag a hefty bargain.
There are many surprising examples of areas where houses are recording significantly higher growth than units, according to Onthehouse.com.au.
If you’re tempted to buy into the hype of a new unit development with the hope of making big bucks, you may want to reconsider your strategy, according to a property analyst.
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