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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Western Sydney suburbs’ already solid growth is set to get even stronger after the federal government confirmed it will build Sydney’s long-awaited second airport, according to industry players.
Fortunes have been made and lost by investing in mining towns. Sam Saggers, CEO of Positive Real Estate Group, offers his considerations to get it right.
Whether you believe there’s a price bubble or not, there’s no denying that some markets are surging way too fast beyond their fundamentals.
While property is a reasonably safe investment, there are also many ways you could lose your hard-earned cash. Sam Saggers lists his top 8 riskiest strategies to avoid in 2014
Property markets may be predicted to stabilise in 2014, but the latest report shows some inner city suburbs are set to thrive over the next five years.
Long controversial, but loved by many a property investor, the tax incentive known as negative gearing could be reaching the end of its lifespan (in its current form).
Changing lifestyle preferences, and a desire for proximity to urban attractions, mean that growing numbers of Australians are embracing the joys of apartment living.
Rental returns are softening across many markets, thanks to surging property prices according to new reports.
If you’re thinking of moving together or getting serious with your relationship, Eddie Chung advises to consider these tax issues first.
Whether you’re buying new or old properties, cash flow or growth, there are ways to further reduce your risk of investing.
Australia’s capital cities attracted three times as many new residents as the rest of Australia as at June 2013, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Home building activity is surging ahead in Victoria and Western Australia amid growing population and rising market confidence.
It looks as though the good times are firmly on the wane for Perth’s recently booming property market.
Nearly 40% of all mortgages processed in March were for investors – which proves just how much investors are currently driving the market.
Another quarter, another record-breaking price growth across most capital cities. While this is welcome news to property owners, the unprecedented price growth across the board could trigger a rate hike earlier.
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