Regions outside but adjacent to the eastern capitals are seeing a lower proportion of resales at a loss
A looming oversupply of apartments in many capitals is causing apartment developers to resort to major incentives to attract buyers
New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
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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
Over the next few years, many of Australia’s best performing areas for capital growth will largely be outside capital cities. Your Investment Property reveals where you can find them
Research shows Australians are saving the biggest slice of their income since the 1980s
Forget New York or the shaggy streets of some African capital, new UN statistics show Australia has one of the highest rates of residential burglary in the world. Here, a prominent real estate agency reveals how to best protect your properties
The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia has called on the WA government not to end the universal application of the first home owners grant in its upcoming budget review
How do you know when to get in while the getting is still good? It’s the million dollar question for mining towns, but it’s one that can be easily answered with five simple criteria
Mortgage holders have been warned that credit card debt is the major obstacle to paying off their home loan quicker
Housing affordability has increased, with analysts predicting a bumper year for property investors
The number of home owners incorrectly pricing their properties has increased in 2012, with self-diagnosis on the rise, according to Propell National Valuers
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