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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Australians will need $2.5m to retire in 2043, but moves to up taxes on superannuation payouts could seriously impair the country’s retirement infrastructure, a major accounting firm warns
An oversupply of properties for sale could spell doom for property prices in markets such as Tamworth, Bathurst, Merinda and a host of others, according to newly released figures
How do you refinance when your property has lost value or when you’re all out of equity? Your Investment Property explores your options
Easter being about resurrection and what not, it seems appropriate to explore five key locations around Australia where prices have recently surged, when two years ago they had been trapped in a downward spiral
Canberra’s property stability is proving a major strength but most investors are unlikely to take notice – and that’s the city’s tragedy
A high profile financial analyst has ridiculed the idea that mortgage brokers take homebuyers’ best interests to heart and has claimed their advice is often motivated by personal gain
Australian housing is looking positive from a price growth perspective, but nagging problems persist
A year of truly staggering price growth has come to light in Darwin, with close to $80,000 added to the median house price
Figures show that rental yield of 20% is possible in one coastal suburb, while numerous others in areas such as Townsville, Rockhampton and Merredin have yields exceeding 10%. That’s enough yield for a property to more than pay for itself
Conditions for investing in property are becoming increasingly attractive as lower mortgage interest rates and high rental yields multiply Australia’s positive cash flow opportunities
A combination of population growth, an undersupply of rental stock and strong infrastructure investment, driven by major resources projects is creating the perfect environment for finding positive geared properties in Qld
It may not feel like it, considering the high property prices in some of Australia’s cities, but housing is becoming more affordable on the back of interest rate cuts, a growth in earnings and weak price developments
Melbourne property prices as a whole show tentative signs of stabilising, but suburbs on the city’s western fringe could be in trouble
If they were fully utilised, the interest rate cuts of the past year could potentially save mortgage holders more than $90,000 in home loan interest and take nearly seven years off their loan term
Numerous sellers in diverse areas around NSW are having a tough time getting their properties to change hands for acceptable prices, and one of these areas, quite surprisingly, is the Sydney CBD
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Good guide for those, who decide to lease the property by themselves.