They’re behind many of the ambitious new building projects in the city, and the taxes they’re paying are enriching the Andrews government
Due to rising dwelling values, there’s been a significant reduction in housing supply under this price bracket, according to CoreLogic
The practice allows people to build equity while living where they want instead of living in mortgaged houses in areas they’re not keen on
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If you want to avoid a property that doesn’t grow in value for years, attracts little in rent or remains without a tenant for ages, consider these suburbs at your peril
A collapsed SMSF one-stop shop has had its assets frozen and travel restraints placed upon its founders
For the first time in four years, all capital cities recorded growth in house prices over the December quarter
When viewing the purely shocking photos that real estate agents have used to advertise property one can only wonder: what were they thinking?
Property industry bodies have warned that more and more Australians are falling victim to a scam perpetrated by organised crime rings
A global study shows Australia has the highest amount of severely unaffordable housing markets in the world, but there is an even scarier statistic
The Real Estate Institute of NSW has slammed claims by the state government that 2013 was a “bumper year for first home buyers”
New data reveals 23 markets where there is a huge imbalance of supply and demand, encouraging growth in prices to leap ahead of the rest of the country
The latest inflation figures point to interest rates remaining at their current all-time low for the foreseeable future, analysts claim
Vacancy rates are rapidly increasing across the country as new houses and apartments are being released into a range of inner city localities
Mortgage brokers say prevailing lender attitudes are unfair on financially sound people in their 50s, since there’s nothing specific in lending legislation permitting 50-somethings from getting a loan
First home buyer incentives appear to be making minimal impact on the market as first home buyer levels fall to record lows
Brisbane is well-placed to be the strongest capital city property market in 2014 with a number of factors expected to drive up prices
Foreign investment in Australian property continues to grow as China faces a record drop in new credit levels
Federal Elections kept Canberra in the spotlight for most of 2013, but the issues that will most affect the market in 2014 extend well beyond ballots and political personalities
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