With houses in Sydney hitting the two million mark, property investors are eyeing more affordable investments in up-and-coming Newcastle
Buyers agents charge between 1.5% and 2% of the purchase price of the property if they find the seller’s home and negotiate the deal or secure the property at auction. This “means the fee that they charge is linked to th ...
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Early signs are that January has been a good month for Aussie property markets, RP Data says
While it may be cheaper on average to buy in most Australian cities, one aggregator says that's not the only thing for FHB's to consider
The Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey has called the country’s housing ‘vastly overpriced’ – but what this actually means is up for debate
The major banks have maintained their highest levels of customer satisfaction on record, but home loan customer satisfaction still lags behind
Asian economic winds may be prevailing across Western Australian property, but they’re not as sure as times past, presenting new challenges for investors
A continuing decline in the property market and a downturn in China are the major concerns for Australia’s economy this year, according to a national survey
Australia best performing property market over the last three years has not been in a resource-driven town, but a market with rather unique growth drivers: a town situated in what many would consider the middle of nowhere
The Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW) is calling on the state government to reinstate first homebuyer incentives following a decrease in the number of first homebuyer sales
Recognising the level of complaints lobbied against some property professionals, the Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) has announced a strategy to raise the professional standard of property investment advice
Australian banks are offering new customers competitive rates on home loan packages, but existing customers are not receiving the same treatment
A Your Investment Property online reader shares her experiences investing in the US
Home building in Sydney almost met former state government targets in the third quarter, but inconsistent growth means more affordable housing could still be a long time coming in some parts of the city
Australians being hammered with severe debt problems are increasingly turning to debt agreements over bankruptcy
A high-level state government official has been forced to apologise after comparing the Gold Coast property market to a sexually transmitted disease
The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of Consumer Sentiment shows consumer sentiment is failing to lift despite positive factors
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