The Urban Taskforce says the next premier of New South Wales should continue to push for growth in infrastructure, which was the hallmark of Baird’s term
The rise in the number of Aussies obtaining their first mortgage later in life means that more people would be left paying off a mortgage after retirement
Fewer property portfolios containing Australia’s industrial and logistics sector are expected to hit the market this year—which will only intensify competition among buyers
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Australia’s real estate market is attracting a large number of foreign investors looking to get into this lucrative sector. Eddie Chung explains the tax considerations foreign investors need to take into account when investing in Australia
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Regardless of the party in power after September, likely fiscal contraction will impact buyer sentiment levels, limiting any major recovery in property prices, one analyst claims
High rents in the Sydney area are prompting families to move out of the city in search of more affordable homes
A top researcher says current attempts at an economic surplus are ‘inappropriate’, saying the RBA’s May decision to lower the cash rate is a ‘warning sign’ of what’s coming
Residex founder John Edwards says that claims of a housing bubble brought on by low interest rates are unfounded, but investors shouldn’t expect high growth either
Whether they plan to purchase or sell, or simply sit on their hands, a large portion of Australians think property prices are heading up
New research has revealed Sydney’s most affordable suburbs
A top property investment adviser has criticised claims that his industry is dominated by spruikers, but others warn that more regulation is needed
The WA state government is warning investors against property spruikers, following a spate of ‘free’ property investment and wealth creation seminars held by groups based out-of-state
New ABS statistics reveal that nearly three in four Western Australians plan to move into a different property soon – mostly within their state
Big retailers and companies don’t move into areas unless convinced they will support a future customer base. With this in mind, we reveal where airlines and retailers are expanding the most aggressively, creating investment opportunities
Budget announcement reveals a trial program that aims to remove the disincentive for seniors to relocate to more age-appropriate housing, opening up some suburbs for gentrification and redevelopment
A national wealth advisory group says a Coalition response must reduce administrative waste and government misspending
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Good guide for those, who decide to lease the property by themselves.