Following years of consultation and review, strata law reforms have finally come into effect in New South Wales
The latest figures from ABS show a marked decline in dwelling approvals in New South Wales, particularly for apartment approvals
Newly built or significantly renovated homes in Queensland need to be compliant with the new smoke alarm legislation by 1 January 2017
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Melbourne continues to build on reputation for resiliency, with its housing market recording another solid quarter of growth
A record breaking month in Perth has contributed to a slight rise in Australia’s residential vacancy rate over June.
The June quarter was a tough one for home buyers, with new research revealing housing affordability in Australia took a blow over the three-month period
One investment strategy is becoming increasingly popular across Australia, with the cross-section of people whose first property purchase is an investment property rather than their own home growing
2017 is set to be slow one for capital growth according to on of Australia's major banks, as house prices slow and unit prices start to fall
Demand for office space in Australia increased by nearly a quarter in the 12 months to June, largely thanks to small businesses looking for suitable locations
Adelaide may present a relatively affordable option for those looking to buy into a capital city market, but that may be it's only real attraction at present
While Sydney and Melbourne have both benefited from a strong growth cycle, there is one key factor that will likely prevent other capital cities from enjoying similar conditions
Independent review of commissions and payments made to bank staff welcomed, as one of Australia's biggest banks admits there are issues that need to be addressed
Confidence in Australia’s property market is at its lowest point in more than three years as the aftermath of a federal election campaign and restrictive taxation arrangements weigh heavily on the sector
While numerous major and non-major lenders have announced interest rate cuts this week, a prominent voice in the mortgage broking industry believes the second half of 2016 will see lenders look to hit borrowers in their back pocket.
As questions arise about where the Australian residential market is headed in coming years, investors have been encouraged to consider some diversification in their portfolios
Australia's official cash rate is tipped to fall past its already record low after the next RBA board meeting, but the central bank may soon be faced with some tough decisions as it approaches 1%
Australia’s rental market remains a mixed one, with new figures showing rents have hit record highs in some markets, while others are continuing to see sharp declines
Several non-major lenders have continued the rate cut frenzy, announcing a raft of fixed and variable rate reductions this week
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Would be interested to read an updated version of this article for 2016!