City’s economic performance has been closely tied to the property market, research says
The “Termite Buster” allows users to listen in on the destructive insects with their smartphones
Changes to how depreciation can be claimed on residential properties could prove costly in the short term
Find out more…
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
Investors are dominating the NSW and Queensland mortgage markets amid a drop in first homebuyer numbers
Certain economists may be predicting an average property value rise of up to 10% in 2013, but lingering unaffordability has left some commentators unconvinced
New home building approvals in Australia rose slightly in November thanks to a continued shift to apartment living, but many expect lower mortgage rates and a growing population to signal further recovery this year
As the rest of Australia holds its breath in anticipation of federal elections later this year, the one property market that will arguably be affected the most is Canberra
As customary New Year’s resolutions are adopted, Sydney property looks set to find some New Year’s resolve as positive prospects for the NSW economy filter into the real estate market
When all the confetti and fireworks have settled and property investors look to the new year ahead they should feel assured that a number of affordability drivers are working in their favour
As 2012 draws to a close, prominent economist Shane Oliver looks back on the highs and lows of the past year and shines light on where the economy is heading in the coming year
Head to Head: Todd Hunter
Head to Head: Rich H ...
Head-To-Head with Ph ...
Head to Head: Ian Ho ...
January RP Data Inde ...
Great advice! Love it
Have you found any more info on this im in a similar situation