The strong growth in dwelling prices has led to disproportionately larger hikes in the stamp duty bill for home buyers
Instead of splurging your savings or racking up debt this holiday season, why not invest in a property for the long term benefit of your family?
According to a new survey, two thirds of Aussies who want to buy investment properties want to acquire one in a capital city
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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.
The number of newly-advertised houses on the market continues to increase, at more than 10% the levels seen a year ago, but this level will not be sustained for much longer
We may not yet be in a bubble on the verge of bursting, but investors would be wise to monitor the following risks to their portfolio in 2014.
Claims that Sydney’s property boom might be drawing to a close have been dealt a blow by the latest residential property price figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Budget night was not a time homeowners were looking forward to. One area that had been floated for savings was the property sector.
Melbourne’s future prospects continue to be the subject of much debate, but a new international report is picking the city as a rising star of the global prime residential sector.
Real estate associations and economists sit on different sides of the fence on the rumours the government will reform Australia’s negative gearing rules in the 2014 Budget.
Fears that New South Wales and Victoria will be subjected to price guide bans, following the adoption of such a law in Queensland on Wednesday, are mounting.
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