Despite measures to cool the property market, the latest findings from a comparison website revealed that investor borrowing only slid by a mere 2% in the September quarter.
Theft claims are now becoming a common type of claim for landlord insurance policies, and landlords are urged to protect their property investments from these crimes.
BInvested co-founder Nathan Birch believes that there is no time more suitable than today to pour money into the property market and jumpstart one’s property portfolio.
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Residex figures for the year to August 2013 reveal the top performing suburbs in the regional property markets of each state
Chinese investors in Australian property: who are they, why do they come here and where are they putting their money?
The Australian property market is firing on all cylinders as RP Data figures confirm that current conditions in Melbourne and Sydney have not been this strong in years
A major bank CEO has dismissed speculation over a housing bubble, saying a price collapse is unlikely due to a number of factors
A national real estate watchdog has called for online valuation sites to be investigated, claiming the online tools are inaccurate and offer overly-complex information
Sydney’s September auction clearance rates have left the city on target for the strongest month on record
Help is at hand for property buyers who have been put off by slick, yet confusing, auctioneer calls
More ‘Gen Y’ women consider owning a home and paying it off as a top lifetime goal than their male counterparts and most have a better grasp of home loans, according to a new survey
The RBA will be in danger of bringing about similar economic conditions to the post GFC era if it starts lifting the official cash rate too soon
Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble – familiar, speculative talk is returning of an Australian house price bubble, but RBA assistant governor Malcolm Edey has urged investors to keep a level head
The International Monetary Fund is calling for stricter lending rules for banks in order to prevent unsustainable growth in Australian house prices
Across all states and territories, housing is more affordable than it was last year thanks to lower interest rates, but a new report explains why the improvement could be short lived
Millionaire investor Sam Saggers of Positive Real Estate reveals the hallmarks of properties that outperform their markets for capital growth
AMP economist Shane Oliver tells YIP TV how the Australian property market is seeing an upswing, but points out that future value growth could be constrained by a major limiting force
FOMO – the fear of missing out – is proving a strong force in getting people to buy property as recent home buyers report purchasing simply out of fear that special deals or current buying conditions wouldn’t last
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