The strong growth in dwelling prices has led to disproportionately larger hikes in the stamp duty bill for home buyers
Instead of splurging your savings or racking up debt this holiday season, why not invest in a property for the long term benefit of your family?
According to a new survey, two thirds of Aussies who want to buy investment properties want to acquire one in a capital city
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The housing sector is the most likely candidate to replace the mining boom as the primary growth driver for the economy in the year ahead, say experts
There’s little to get too excited about the Adelaide property market at the moment, but there are few serious negatives either. Could that be one of the city’s long term strengths?
A major bank's economists claim an August cash rate cut is highly likely and that an additional cut could be on the cards too
Sydney regions, with the exception of the eastern suburbs, have reached their highest median price ever
The Western Australian property market has bounced back to pre-GFC property price levels, spurred by four drivers of growth
Melbourne's auction clearance rate came in at around average over the weekend, representing a turnaround for a city where rates had been trending down
The city’s property market is flying as prices continue to increase at a rapid rate, but what happens when construction of the city’s major gas project ends in 2016?
Con artists are again impersonating ASIC in an effort to scam money out of consumers
Sydney has reported its highest weekend auction clearance rate since the GFC, but the amazing thing is what has been driving the sales in
Low interest rates and rising rents are encouraging tenants to enter the WA housing market, putting pressure on supply and forcing property prices up
Following last night’s disappointing Origin result for Blues fans, New South Welshman have a chance to cheer up by visiting a dynamic exhibition of property investment opportunities and wisdom – kicking off tomorrow and featuring yours truly: Your Investment Property magazine
Investing in property requires some clever savings habits, but aiming only for the lowest priced services can often cost more
Australia’s banks are vulnerable to any potential housing collapse, having the highest exposure to residential mortgages in the world, say analysts
Celebrities have their share of financial troubles too, apparently, with these famous people having all defaulted on their home loans
Think $500 a week in positive cash flow sounds like a pipe dream? How about 11% compounded annual growth over 20 years? A landmark new report reveals that not only is such performance possible – it is happening in key markets that stand out as the best investment suburbs in the country
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