New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
The rationing of credit and the lifting of mortgage rates are being blamed for the slowdown
Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
Find out more…
Two NSW real estate agents convicted for trust account fraud are facing heavy fines and prison sentences according to the NSW Fair Trading.
NSW and WA are home to the country’s highest performing regional areas, according a new report by RP Data
Confidence in the market is growing and if you’re looking to sell off any of your investments, putting them under the hammer might just be the way to go as auction clearance rates break records across the country.
Diminishing numbers of first home buyers means the tenant pool is growing ever larger – which is good news for investors.
It’s time to put your property on the market and you want a great return. Everyone knows a stunning kitchen will impress any buyer, so how can you cook up a tasty sale using just a few ingredients?
Affordable living, multi-million dollar infrastructure plans, local amenity, and the beach; where in the world can you find all this for $250,000?
Ongoing enthusiasm for Australian property will see wealthy Asian investors continuing to buy up large in future – although their market preference looks set to change.
Unless you can access existing equity, or happen to be a superstar at saving, breaking into the market can seem almost impossible for the would-be property investor. But does that mean you should share the cost with a friend?
Admit it. Deep inside you want to own your place in the sun. And if you really want to live it up, you may want to head down to the Ambergris Caye in Belize, the world’s number one island as voted by TripAdvisor.
Investing in property could make you rich, but it could also lose you money if you don’t do it right. Property investor and Results Mentoring Program director and coach Brendan Kelly reveals his top five costliest mistakes you need to avoid when thinking of investing in property.
No one could deny that the Melbourne market had a bumper year in 2013. With a major increase in median prices and big growth, the trajectory of Victoria’s capital city surprised many.
Forget the traditional Australian fondness for a stand-alone house on a decent block of land… It seems that these days your average punter is more likely to buy a unit or a townhouse.
Low interest rates, a drop in new housing construction, and stamp duty benefits are causing investors and developers to turn their head toward the WA property market.
It could be time for property investors to look north, as Bundaberg declares itself open for business.
South Australia might see a spike in market activity after the South Australian government and the HomeStart Finance announced another boost for struggling homebuyers.
How to create profit, even in the toughe ...
National Housing Mar ...
What is a PAYG Withh ...
Budget 2017: Depreci ...
This is could only be written in a bubble market
Bigger deposits solve nothing ...
Who can you recommend to help with purchasing an undervalued home ? A buyers age ...
Another economist with a personal crystal ball. History has proven they are more ...