Despite measures to cool the property market, the latest findings from a comparison website revealed that investor borrowing only slid by a mere 2% in the September quarter.
Theft claims are now becoming a common type of claim for landlord insurance policies, and landlords are urged to protect their property investments from these crimes.
BInvested co-founder Nathan Birch believes that there is no time more suitable than today to pour money into the property market and jumpstart one’s property portfolio.
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The Melbourne property market may have received its fair share of negative press lately, but new figures reveal that annual median price growth of almost 40% is happening in its best performing suburbs. Read on to find out where Melbourne’s booming suburbs can be found.
How does annual rental growth of 11.8% sound? The first quarter of the year may have been one of mixed fortunes for rental markets in our state capitals, but certain cities have managed to outperform the rest of the pack and record stunning rental growth figures.
As news filters through that ANZ has pushed its standard variable interest rate by 0.6% despite this month’s rate hold by the RBA, borrowers have been warned that their bank may be next to announce an independent rate rise.
New data suggests that Perth’s rental market is staging something of a comeback, while claims are coming in that buying activity is slowly improving.
Would you like to know where Australia's frontrunners are for booming population growth and healthy construction figures? Read on for a rundown of the country’s population and building growth hotspots.
New research suggests that there is an unhealthy correlation between construction of the world’s tallest buildings and impending financial crises – warning investors to steer clear of China and India.
If you’re an investor with tight loan serviceability, prepare for good news. We reveal 25 markets poised to have the sort of capital growth to make you wealthy in the long run, while still having enough cash flow to make the banks your new best friends.
How does a rental income of $12.5k per week sound? This is what the owner of an extravagant Sydney apartment expects his property to fetch, as Your Investment Property reveals the highest asking rents on the market.
There are a number of ways to make insurance more economical. Some of them might even improve your property value, too.
If you’re looking for the best rental yields in the country, look no further than Palmerston in the Northern Territory or the resource centres in central Queensland. These and other markets top our list of the best cash flow hotspots in Australia…
How does a 0.5% drop in interest rates sound? This is exactly what property industry leaders are asking for, as pressure mounts on the RBA and the nation's banks to aid a property market recovery this year.
A recent poll has found that shares have just pipped property at the post when it comes to the investment class that respondents expect to bring in the best profits this year. But do their expectations meet reality?
Would you give up eating out, holidays, your daily coffee or that pair of shoes that you’ve had your eye on in order to scrape together a house deposit? New research suggests that first homebuyers are drastically cutting back on life’s luxuries in order to get their foot on the property ladder.
If you’ve been knocked back for a loan or are worried about how to get financing for your next property, don’t lose heart – Scott McCray of Smartline Personal Mortgage Advisers says there are ways to get a loan no matter what your situation.
In a follow up to our story on Australia’s population growth hotspots, Your Investment Property reveals those areas whose populations are experiencing a worrying decline.
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