New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
The rationing of credit and the lifting of mortgage rates are being blamed for the slowdown
Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
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Landlords may need to rein in their rental expectations with new data indicating that the rental market continues to slow.
Some investors might be spooked about targeting Darwin at the moment. But the future seems bright for the Top End for a number of reasons.
Whether you’re a beginner investor or a seasoned expert, you must keep in mind what can go wrong to have any hope of long-term success. Here are a few issues to be aware of and prepare for.
Tasmania offers investors opportunities which the likes of Sydney and Melbourne cannot. Just make sure you buy in the right areas where the best growth prospects are available.
Hit a speed hump on your property investing journey? Don't panic, here are three solutions to get back on track.
Investors who keep tabs on state spending and infrastructure projects should pay close attention to the newly-expanded list of urban activation precincts planned for Sydney.
We've just become aware that some of the suburbs were inadvertently left out in the Property Price Guide section in the latest issue.
Don’t pay any more tax than you have to. Follow these 5 crucial tips to ensure you do just that.
The latest issue of Your Investment Property has just hit the news stands. 153 unit hotspots, 61 money-making tips and 24 rules for buying off the plan are just some of the must-read articles in the September edition.
Brisbane’s sales market continues to post good results, but investors would do well to carefully analyse areas of Queensland they are interested in.
Don't pay any more on your home loan than you have to. Here are five ways to ensure you get the best bang for your buck.
Looking for an decent property on sale for a bargain price? Perhaps scouring distressed listings is not the best way to achieve it.
Sydney’s chronic undersupply of residential housing stock is set to diminish significantly due to a record level of apartments on the drawing board.
New home approvals declined by 5% in June, after an increase in the previous month, according to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Without even realising it, you could be paying thousands of dollars on your property that you shouldn’t be. Here are five crucial tips to save more money.
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