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The switch to apartment living is strongest in NSW, according to a major property developer.
The HIA has made an interesting U-turn, replacing its GFC-level low predictions with a positive assessment of the property market.
ANZ has come out with a financial theory to explain Australia’s slow Olympic start, reflecting on the fact that the dollar is trading at its highest levels during an Olympic year.
A spike in new apartment sales has done little to improve property market sentiment, according to a leading economist, who has pointed out that detached house sales are running well below the 10-year average.
RBA Governor Glenn Stevens unveiled his forecast Tuesday of a steady future housing market, underpinned by low prices, low interest rates and good income growth.
Canberra overtook Sydney in property prices for the June quarter, according to new research, but the question on investors’ minds will be how long new growth might last…
Australia’s preeminent guide to the best investment hotspots in the country, Your Investment Property’s annual Top 100 suburbs guide, has been met with great enthusiasm from investors and property professionals alike, applauding the edition as a “must read”.
Remarkably, in neither of Australia’s two most populous states are capital city unit values seeing the most growth. In Victoria, you’ll have to look outside Melbourne for the best growth, while in NSW most of the fastest capital growth markets seem to be headed north.
Your Investment Property magazine was at the Sydney Homebuyer and Property Investors show from July 20 – 22, proving a hit with attendees.
The proposed easing of “red tape” for property investors in NSW could have a positive impact on those considering development projects. Here’s why…
The Melbourne housing market has reached a stagnant point, with no growth or decline recorded for June. The reasons behind this reflect a broader trend in Victoria.
Adelaide is showing signs of growth with an increase in sales volumes for June, new research shows.
A leading indicator of economic growth is predicting good news for the second half of 2012.
Spotting the most promising property markets has not always been easy for investors, but thanks to the results of a lengthy research initiative, released yesterday, select suburbs have emerged head and shoulders above the pack for capital and rental growth potential. The top suburb: it’s in Queensland!
Australia’s highest earners no longer reside in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs or within Inner Melbourne, but in Western Australia, according to the results of the latest census.
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