Official support will hopefully result in short-term rentals being a viable option for every homeowner without fear of legal or financial penalties
Despite gains in rental affordability, many minimum wage earners are still struggling to find affordable housing
Tenant unions are alarmed, as these platforms could potentially jack up rates in pricey rental markets
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Two major bills that were recently passed by the Parliament of Western Australia could significantly reduce costs for the real estate industry
A new report highlights the three “must have” priorities Sydney needs to embrace if it wants to overtake its regional competitors and become a global city
A leading property market analysis company says Hobart will become Australia’s best performing capital city property market in 2017
New data for October 2016 reveals that the number of national residential vacancies has fallen slightly, with 74,368 rental homes available
Alarming new research reveals that over half of Aussie mortgage borrowers are sacrificing their social lives and time with their families to meet their mortgage repayments
According to the latest data, residential vacancy rates have tightened across the Sydney market, with new accommodations being snapped up across the city
Following the introduction of more stringent smoke alarm legislation in QLD, homeowners and landlords in NSW are wondering if similar laws will be passed in their state
While NSW’s economy is projected to grow over the next two years, the formerly robust mining states will face tough economic times as investments dwindle
Although national renovation activity declined over the September quarter, home improvement continues to add a significant boost to capital city housing markets
Before purchasing a new property, consider having it tested for meth contamination as it's revealed the numbers of users has tripled in the past five years
One of the emerging pathways Aussies may increasingly turn to in the future to finance homeownership is “staircasing”
Contrary to what many analysts say, thousands of China’s wealthiest say they plan to pour millions into the Australian property market over the next three years
Strong demand for properties in Melbourne’s south east is creating a surge in apartment development in the city’s “sandbelt suburbs”
A new study identifies some of the existing and emerging pathways Aussies are harnessing to enter the property market
While affordability is a growing concern, Gen Y trumps the older generations when it comes to property investment
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