Rapidly rising property prices in the major cities, record household debt, anemic wages growth, and competitive pressures among the lenders were cited for the potential crackdown
Analysts say borrowers should not discount chances that higher interest rates could burst a bubble created by the Reserve Bank
Demand from foreign investors is strong and property sales in the million-dollar range have reached new heights
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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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The results are in. These are the areas where the richest Aussies are putting their money. Is your suburb listed?
New home sales crept up by a whisker from February to March, but don't expect this trend to continue.
Think you know which state economy is the safest bet for your investment dollars? Well, think again.
Decided to purchase a property? You're not alone. In fact, more than two thirds of Australians believe that now is a great time to buy.
The strong growth in Australian property values so far in 2014 has eased in April, with dwelling values increasing by only 0.3% over the month, according to the latest RP Data-Rismark results.
Much has been made of the rapid population growth in Australia’s capital cities, but is there enough housing stock to cater for the projected increases in urban residents?
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