Brisbane has cemented itself as the nation’s lifestyle capital, with the city home to seven of the top 10 most liveable suburbs in Australia.
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The good news: it’s now cheaper to own a property. The bad news: it’s going to be harder to get a loan.
Tasmania has recorded its highest number of house sales in five years, according to the REIT.
Despite soaring property prices in Sydney and Melbourne, it's those two areas which are continuing to attract the attention of investors, according to a new report.
Sydney’s eastern suburbs have raced to the top as the favoured place to live by Australia’s highest earning residents.
Sydney has continued to break another record with the median house price now sitting well above the $900,000 mark, according to a new report.
If you’re thinking of heading out to the far-flung regional areas in search for positive cash flow properties, hold your horses.
Good news was plentiful in the latest REIQ data, particularly for certain regions outside of Brisbane.
A new property investment platform has announced it will now allow funds to invest superannuation into residential property for as little as $66.
These motivated youngsters have managed to build healthy property portfolios at a very young age. What are they doing that everyone else isn’t?
Turns out there are still many affordable suburbs within 10 km of Australia’s capital cities, according to CoreLogic RP Data.
Wild weather might cause headaches for many landlords, but storm damage was not the most common insurance claim in the 2014-15 financial year, according to Terri Scheer Insurance.
There are many economic indicators which directly affect the property market. Here is how the states and territories are currently shaping up across a range of factors.
Affordability, housing investment and living standards would all suffer under changes to negative gearing, according to research by the HIA.
Thousands of jobs in the regions are boosting the NSW housing market and becoming another incentive for people to move out of Sydney.
Median weekly asking rents for houses increased by 0.8% over the March quarter, while unit rents rose by 0.4%, according to the Domain Group Rental Report. But some capital cities were standout performers.
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