Regions outside but adjacent to the eastern capitals are seeing a lower proportion of resales at a loss
A looming oversupply of apartments in many capitals is causing apartment developers to resort to major incentives to attract buyers
New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
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Melbourne’s future prospects continue to be the subject of much debate, but a new international report is picking the city as a rising star of the global prime residential sector.
Real estate associations and economists sit on different sides of the fence on the rumours the government will reform Australia’s negative gearing rules in the 2014 Budget.
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