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Dampened by fragile buyer confidence and a quiet winter selling season, growth in house prices across all mainland capital cities recorded falls over the September quarter, according to an Australian Property Monitors housing report.
Melbourne's vacancy rate has hit 'equilibrium' as national vacancies edged up slightly in September.
More than half of potential first homebuyers polled in a new survey have said a lack of affordability would make them consider becoming lifelong renters.
Renovations are the only source of growth for the housing industry this year, according to statistics issued by the Australian Bureau of Statistics - reflecting a 'more cautious' housing market.
Foreign property investors are snapping up farmland in NSW, it has been reported.
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Housing stock on market has seen a significant rise in September, erasing a shock decline in August.
Unit rental prices are edging upwards, and are now approaching those for houses in most capital cities.
I'm on the limit with my finances, and I'm not sure if I can afford the investment property I recently purchased. How can I improve my cashflow?
The planned $30bn expansion of the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia has reached two crucial milestones in being approved at both federal and state level.
Managing your own investment property and liaising with tenants directly may save you a few bucks, but is the risk really worth the reward?
Inner west Sydney suburb Darlington promises high rental yields, low vacancy and affluent tenants - is it set for a surge?
Property investors and high net worth individuals are benefitting most from the mortgage price war being waged by lenders at present.
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A leading property researcher is warning that Melbourne could be in for a correction similar to that that Perth saw after the resources boom.
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