Changes to how depreciation can be claimed on residential properties could prove costly in the short term
While respondents couldn’t agree on what caused the housing boom, study reveals the biggest culprit for high prices
Could the worst of the price falls finally be over for Australia’s beleaguered mining towns?
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A recent survey has found that the old maxim “money can’t buy happiness” may not be entirely true
Property investing has its dark side and, though largely legal, there are some clever schemes a handful of unscrupulous property ‘gurus’ continue to run in a desperate attempt to rip you off
The dream of home ownership is becoming increasingly out of reach of most Australians, claims one industry body
Think large cities. Think access to solid infrastructure that high rolling tenants will love. Now imagine buying property there that pays for itself. In these five areas it is highly likely – even if you’re a beginner
Price indexes have revealed one angle of how property markets performed in January, but an industry professional says his personal experiences have been quite different
Tyron Hyde explains that the ownership structure you choose when buying your investment property will have significant implications on the tax depreciation you can claim
Controversial economist Leith van Onselen warns that Australia’s rigid urban planning could easily cause an oversupply of properties if the mining boom goes bust
Imagine renting a cat? This is what one Japanese organisation is offering to attract pet-loving tenants
For investors with a low budget, these suburbs offer a good prospect. Median prices are low, yields are high and supply and demand factors suggest prices should rise steadily over the next few years
Criticising big banks has come into fashion since the GFC, but most Aussies don’t realise just how much they control and how this influences their loans
Next time you throw away a dollar fifty on a packet of crisps or a chocolate bar, keep in mind that this is enough money to buy a house
Awareness and prevention are the best weapons against property scammers, so it is important to know some of the tricky ploys you could be up against
The combined profits of the major Australian banks now equals roughly the size of many small (wealthy) countries
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