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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Price growth in Sydney and Melbourne has made headlines lately, but new figures show rural areas are seeing higher demand and strong price growth
Chinese property investments in Australia have soared since 2007 and changes to regulations could encourage even more activity. How will that affect us?
With qualifications that can be completed in just a few days, the real estate profession is seeing rising levels of fraud, an industry expert says
Housing activity is growing, but not fast enough to contribute to broader economic growth
The ‘most common’ investment strategy recommended by brokers and advisers has been slammed by the ATO as bad practice and a breach of tax law.
A survey of Australian retirees reveals their investment advice to younger generations
The SA capital is the urban property market investors are probably the least excited about right now, but that belies the affordability of Adelaide property prices, which should not be underestimated as a market driver
Mortgages and property prices continued to grow in November, but most of the activity remains investor driven
Property values have recorded their fastest rate of annual growth across capital cities since October 2010
Your Investment Property’s Annual Suburbs Guide has returned, ranking the best property investment opportunities in the country. What suburb made number 1?
Widely publicized house price increases across parts of the country haven’t stopped affordability levels improving, with only a few exceptions among regions
The International Monetary Fund has warned the Australian property market is at risk of “price overshooting"
Astronomical property prices and the grim quality of life in mining towns have forced mining companies to accommodate workers differently, with disastrous consequences for investors
Governments enjoy property booms because increased turnover sends stamp duty revenue ‘gushing’ into Treasury coffers, but the tax also discourages first home buyers and should be reconsidered, experts argue
New data reveals the suburbs with the highest average mortgage repayments in the country
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