The number of properties listed for sale has been declining, according to CoreLogic
Buyers are snapping up properties more quickly in these suburbs, according to REIWA
Three members of the Big Four predict rate hikes next year, while analysts forecast tighter lending restrictions
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New ABS statistics reveal that nearly three in four Western Australians plan to move into a different property soon – mostly within their state
Big retailers and companies don’t move into areas unless convinced they will support a future customer base. With this in mind, we reveal where airlines and retailers are expanding the most aggressively, creating investment opportunities
Budget announcement reveals a trial program that aims to remove the disincentive for seniors to relocate to more age-appropriate housing, opening up some suburbs for gentrification and redevelopment
A national wealth advisory group says a Coalition response must reduce administrative waste and government misspending
The 2018 Commonwealth Games are continually nagging the question: is there an end in sight for Gold Coast property’s woes?
A leading national mortgage broking group has claimed that many Australians currently have the best chance they will ever have to qualify for mortgage finance. Could they be right?
Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan’s budget has come under criticism from Council of Small Business of Australia, which is disappointed that there hasn’t been more focus on issues that really matter for small businesses
Forget current stats, we reveal where future population growth, infrastructure improvements, property developments and strengthening economics will combine to create the best property markets of tomorrow
Following the RBA announcement last week that it would lower the official cash rate to 2.75%, a flood of cuts has continued to flow from lenders
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With the spotlight on major banks following a bevy of rate cuts, investors might be surprised to learn that Australian banks make bigger worldwide profits than Toyota, McDonalds, Ford and many other global companies
US house prices are growing at a rate not reported since 2006, as investors and homebuyers compete for a diminishing supply of houses for sale
In the wake of Tuesday's RBA cut, banks have wasted no time in slashing mortgage rates
New research has found that changes in how often financially related pages were viewed on Wikipedia could be linked to subsequent stock exchange movements
Average annual growth figures reveal the Melbourne markets where property prices have grown the least over the last 10 years and, in some cases, are only marginally higher than they were in 2002
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