The number of properties listed for sale has been declining, according to CoreLogic
Buyers are snapping up properties more quickly in these suburbs, according to REIWA
Three members of the Big Four predict rate hikes next year, while analysts forecast tighter lending restrictions
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Buyers should keep a number of things in mind as they search for an area that's set for growth. Here's what to look for and what to beware of.
Anyone doubting the strength of the property market in Australia – and globally – should look to the growing pile of data which provides evidence of that strength.
Nightmare stories about tenants trashing rental properties and refusing to pay rent are all too common. In the last couple of weeks alone, several tales have gained traction in public consciousness.
“He's got the good spot, in front of the good building, in the good neighbourhood and he's not gonna wanna move”
– Seinfeld’s George Costanza describing the importance of his father’s lucrative parking spot.
Controversial legislation which aims to ban auction price guides is set to go to Queensland’s parliament for its crucial second reading on March 18.
One of the biggest changes in credit reporting regime is about to hit Australia. What does it mean for you as an investor and why should you care?
Falling vacancy rates in an area tend to indicate its growing appeal with renters, which means it’s easier to find tenants for a property – an attractive characteristic for any investor.
Not a pet lover? Well statistics show that if you want a line-up of potential tenants outside your investment property, allowing pets is the way to go.
Sydney’s prestige property markets look set to surge further as the world’s richest investors eye Australia’s biggest city.
If you still need proof that property investment can make you rich, take a look at the latest line up of Forbes Billionaires List.
ASIC is warning about a lending scam after hearing from victims who have lost thousands of dollars
Ever wondered where the best suburb to move your family to might be? It turns out Melbourne is the city to go to for the best family living.
Soaring prices and an influx of overseas buyers are pricing Australians out of the property market as reports show less than 10% of mortgages were processed for first-time buyers.
Fears of what Australia’s growing unemployment rate might do to property markets around the country are currently running high – but the impact might not be as severe as many think.
Canberra has been crowned Australia’s most liveable city – knocking Adelaide from the top spot for the first time in four years - in the Property Council of Australia’s annual “liveability” survey.
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