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Home values across Australia’s capital cities have edged up 1% over October, although the result was largely buoyed by the Sydney and Melbourne markets
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Banking regulator, APRA has given the clearest indication yet on what type of intervention will most likely be used to calm the surge of property investors in the Australian property market.
A peak in national dwelling sales recorded in November 2013 has waned and not continued through recent months, where there has been a levelling in buyer numbers
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There may be no need for macro-prudential tools after more data has signalled that the housing market is softening, according to a property market economist.
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Resource-rich Western Australia has been knocked from its long-held number one position as the country’s strongest economic performer.
The number of residential vacancies nationally has dropped during September, according to new research.
Fortunes have been made and lost by property investors in regional Australia, so is now the right time to take a chance on the outback?
A new report has revealed that the largest policy challenge faced by the Australian property market will be ensuring a sufficient supply of new dwellings to house our growing and ageing population
After China further relaxed restrictions around investment in overseas markets last week, Chinese investment in Australian property is expected to increase.
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