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National house prices are forecast to increase by 5% over the year, with a new capital city market set to join Sydney as a top performer.
Western Australian and Queensland have the most active first home buyers in the country, while rising prices continue to stump buyers in New South Wales.
A comparison between cost of living in 1984 and 2014 has revealed the average Australian property value is eight times higher than 30 years ago. But there is also huge growth potential in the next 30.
Queensland’s capital leads the residential real estate recovery in the state, breaking through the $600,000 median house price barrier for the very first time.
Suburbs along the coast of the eastern seaboard are poised to see solid growth in 2015, according to a new report.
Property author and educator Rick Otton has been accused of violating Australian Consumer Law by the consumer watchdog Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Property buyers took out a record number of mortgages in February, buoyed by the interest rate cut earlier in the month.
Housing affordability is continuing to look bleak for first home buyers, after the proportion of income required to meet loan repayments increased nationally to 31.5%, according to the REIA Housing Affordability Report.
As Queensland gears up for the Commonwealth Games, investors are anticipating action in the property market.
Australia’s capital cities are on the rise once again with a combined 0.3% increase in February taking home values to 8.3% higher over the past 12 months, according to CoreLogic RP Data.
A new report highlights the top 10 suburbs in Australia where people are snapping up new apartments.
New research shows that by 2024, the number of homes needed to keep pace with population growth will have fallen short by more than 190,000.
The value of a property may be in the land, but now it’s getting more common for Australians to live in apartments, as shown by the increasing numbers of medium density dwellings approvals.
Regional markets in NSW, Victoria and Queensland are showing signs of catching up to the strong performance of their capital city neighbours, according to a new report.
The latest data from HIA-RP Data’s Residential Land Report shows the tell-tale signs of a national land market which is running into supply problems.
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