A member of REINSW has warned property managers to be on their guard against email fraud after falling victim to one such scam
With Donald Trump scheduled to take office on Jan. 20, the United States and the rest of the world are about to take a plunge into the unknown
The number of apartments being sold off-the-plan in many major cities exceeds demand. This is dangerous for property investors because it would force prices down
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Thanks to New South Wales’ rising economy, demand for homes continue to boom in Sydney.
New home sales have fallen to a two-year low in July, with figures down almost 10%.
The apparent willingness of Federal Reserve officials to increase U.S. interest rates this year means the RBA may hold off on future rate moves
Nearly one in five Australian households are under mortgage stress, with more than one in 10 considered to be at 'extreme risk' according to research released last week
Many consumers are unable to tell the difference between good and bad when it comes to even the most simple advice, a new study has revealed.
The Federal Opposition has been accused of not respecting the will of the Australian people after calling on the Government to adopt its negative gearing plans
Conditions in Sydney’s rental market look likely to remain relatively constant as figures from the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales show July was a month of little change for the city
Our hunt for the best in the real estate industry has hit its final stages
The number of first home buyers ‘rentvesting’ their way into the property market is escalating, according to an online buyer’s agency
Australia's vacancy rate is expected to climb in the near future as one capital city records a record high proportion of vacant rental properties
New home building is set to fall away in coming years as Australians turn their focus to renovations according to forecasts from the Housing Industry Association (HIA).
The majority of Australian households are cutting back on expenditure to afford their mortgage, with one in five saying they have been forced to spend less on groceries
As the start of the spring selling season steadily approaches, it appears many investors may be putting themselves at risk of missing out on opportunities due to a somewhat misinformed view of market conditions
Perth’s rental market continues to be far from settled, with figures from the June quarter showing large discrepancies in performance across Western Australia’s capital city.
More and more Australians are moving back in with their parents or in-laws to save money for a house deposit, a new survey has revealed.
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Good guide for those, who decide to lease the property by themselves.