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The surge was driven by a substantial rise across the southeastern capital cities
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Perth and Brisbane will be 2012’s best performing capital cities, and both have the potential to record double digit median price growth next year, it has been claimed.
Western Australian households are the most financially comfortable in Australia, it has been claimed.
The pursuit of higher rental yields is the leading reason investors choose to holiday-let their properties, according to a recent survey.
The consumer caution that largely defined 2011 looks set to continue in 2012, as Australians aim to boost their savings in the year ahead, a new survey has revealed.
Renovating a unit in NSW could become a lot easier thanks to a recently announced review of the state’s strata laws.
Western Sydney will prove to be one of the nation’s property investment hotspots next year, according to a recent report by SQM Research.
Australian house prices in 2012 will rely heavily on the fortunes of the Eurozone and its ongoing debt crisis.
More and more Australians are looking for a better deal on their home loan, with October data from the ABS revealing that refinancing activity is on the up.
Brisbane townhouses are proving to be “the best of both worlds” according to the Real Estate Institute of Queensland, as their popularity skyrockets amongst both buyers and renters.
Mortgage arrears have fallen for the second consecutive quarter, a welcome indication that Australia’s property market is remaining solid, but there’s some even more good news…
Nearly half of Australians list property ownership as a long-term goal, but just over 10% rank it as a way to measure their prosperity. For most Australians, one of three other measures ranks higher…
Growth in earnings and a slight decrease in mortgage lending rates have improved the affordability of housing, according to a recent housing affordability measure.
Non-banks have entered the rate cutting fray after major lenders finally moved last week.
RBA cuts might increase buyer enthusiasm but won’t be enough to see serious growth in the market as buyers linger over rising living costs and macro issues such as the European debt crisis.
The RBA delivered an early Christmas gift to mortgage holders with a 25bp cut at its meeting yesterday.
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