Sydney real estate agents are preparing for an influx of foreign investors as Chinese tourists fly into Australia for Chinese New Year
The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ November 2016 housing finance data showed that over the month, housing finance commitments totalled $33.2 billion
The Residex Predictions Report identifies 109 suburbs and towns nationally that are most likely to deliver better than average growth over the next five to eight years
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Your Investment Property’s upcoming Property Investors Forum is an opportunity to learn how ordinary, hard-working Australians became rich through property – and how you can do the same.
Your Investment Property has delved into the data to reveal the cheapest suburbs within 20km of each capital city's CBD. And guess what? 54 of them have median prices less than $300,000.
Confidence in the property industry is on the up, but there is a huge disparity between the expectations of real estate insiders in states with prominent resource sectors and their counterparts.
One of Australia’s capital cities has seen its land values rise by 459% over the last 10 years, while another has seen values plummet $40 per square metre in three months. Think you know which is which? You may be surprised.
Foreign appetites for Australian property show no signs of abating, with overseas investors spending a whopping $41.5bn on Australian real estate last financial year. Which countries’ residents are raiding the Australian market? Read on for the surprising results.
With reports in that the land market has reached a decade low, the country's cheapest regional land markets have been exposed, revealing that in some areas it’s possible to buy blocks of land for less than $75k.
Which state has seen 55% of its households experience a rise in income over the past 12 months, and which ones have seen 27% of households take a pay cut? Read on to find out more.
Which of Melbourne’s suburbs have seen dramatic median price drops of almost 40% over the past 12 months? Your Investment Property examines the latest data from Victoria to highlight the suburbs that have seriously struggled over the past year.
A number of indicators show that select areas within Northern Queensland, rural Tasmania and the South Australia coast might see price crashes soon. They are joined by a host of other areas where price falls look projected to continue.
As first home buyers struggle to stump up stamp duty on top of other home buying costs, a leading real estate body has suggested an innovative means of easing the tax burden and stimulating the property market.
Looking for an insider tip? A survey of property professionals has revealed 10 hotspots that are expected to see the best capital growth over the next 12 months.
If the only lemons you intend buying are at a grocery store, take heed as we reveal the state suburbs that are currently performing the worst on a number of indicators and which may, arguably, perform badly for some time to come.
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.
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