While the planning approval of the Sydney Metro from Chatswood to Sydenham spells good news for commuters, urban development is lagging behind
According to existing legislation, real estate agents who sell strata developments off-the-plan cannot manage strata schemes after the buildings have been developed
New red tape-busting planning reforms have been released by the NSW government. These planning reforms aim to make the planning system more efficient.
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Forget whether they are great places to live, some property markets have not been kind to the people who own property there – not only crashing in value, but lacking signs of strong buyer interest
The likelihood of a property price bubble remains slim, despite some recent upward pressure on house prices
As the state readies itself for summer, investors have to wonder if epic floods will return to drown property values. The answer is somewhat surprising
Owning a home is a higher priority for most Australians than getting married and having children, according to new research
With RBA rates near historical lows, is it conceivable to expect yet another cut?
Kevin Rudd’s recent announcement of federal elections has brought into question the impact that elections have on property values, with one data provider suggesting they have more of an affect than most think
Within minutes of the RBA’s cash rate cut announcement yesterday, major lenders began dropping rates
Discover 13 markets forecast to see a spike in population growth and whether local conditions will spur increased property prices and a good outcome for investors
Housing affordability solutions should top the policy agenda of whoever wins the September elections, a key industry association argues
International concern over Queensland’s environmental record and the affect it could have on tourism begs the question: is the state property market destined to become reliant solely on the mining sector?
Property investors have to ask themselves a question. Do they feel lucky? With interest rates at an all-time low and excellent buying conditions prevailing in most capital cities, could it be a perfect time to invest?
One of Australia’s leading property strategists points out a key mindset for building your asset base, but it is one that most investors never follow
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
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