The commercial banks are repricing their loan products because their funding costs have increased
In January, investors committed to a total of $13.8bn in finance for investment properties
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As renewed calls are made for a FHOG boost, it has been predicted that politicians will pledge to revamp the scheme to woo voters next year.
The majority of the top 20 postcodes for burglary insurance claims in Queensland are within striking distance of the Brisbane city centre.
Rents are rising by as much as 13% per year in Australia’s most popular suburbs, according to data from a national property management agency.
The Sydney rental market is gaining some breathing room, with vacancies their highest in more than five years.
Queensland property investors are waking from their slumber and making renewed moves to enter the property market, according to the state’s real estate body.
Sydney and Melbourne have both made the list of the top 10 most expensive cities in the world.
Some surprising results have turned up in the latest Sydney hotspot report from the research arm of a national real estate agency.
The results of a national poll of real estate agents have revealed some interesting insights into what they believe buyers are looking for in a home.
Despite the property market showing signs of reaching the bottom of the cycle, prices are unlikely to see a sustained recovery this year, with one researcher forecasting tough times for select cities.
The Big Four banks have decided to break ranks with the Reserve Bank and raise their mortgage interest rates.
A significant monthly drop in the number of properties listed for sale has offered hope to property investors that homebuyers are coming out of the woodwork.
Reaction to the RBA’s decision to keep interest rates on hold has come in thick and fast, with commentators labelling it as a missed opportunity to boost the property market.
Australians may be gloomy about the country's economic prospects, but the property market outlook may come as a surprise.
A recent survey has revealed that property investors are more worried about global economic uncertainty than interest rate movements and real estate prices, among a host of other surprise results.
Westpac may have dropped its home loan interest rates in November and December last year, but it has told customers that they won’t start repaying at these lower rates until March.
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