A key factor in the growing popularity of these two locations is their relative affordability
With competition for good local stock heating up, Aussie investors may soon have to seek greener pastures abroad
Fear of being evicted without grounds keeps many tenants from addressing various abuses
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Treasurer Wayne Swan’s recently announced changes to super have put wealthy Australians in the crosshair
Property author Douglas Gray gives his take on the five things every investor needs to be successful
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Housing construction levels appear to be improving, but economist Peter Jones claims that this shows that the Australian housing market is actually still in a critical state
After the RBA’s decision to maintain the official cash rate, mortgage industry stakeholders fear the RBA's next decision could see the cash rate bounce upwards
Australia’s Investors of the Year reveal how no one took them seriously when they started, how they’re retiring aged 24 and why they have a knack for making a killing out of property
Forecasts have the Brisbane median property price growing substantially over the next few years, but the state remains marred with investor challenges
Fears that property prices will fall in the face of a rampant oversupply of new properties show no signs of being put to rest
South Australia has many property forecasts predicting a dire market over the next few years, but there is enough in the project pipeline to suggest it isn’t over until the big mining companies sing
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Investors applying for loans continue to be haunted by poor credit card decisions, even though national credit card debt is slowing
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
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