The Urban Taskforce says the next premier of New South Wales should continue to push for growth in infrastructure, which was the hallmark of Baird’s term
The rise in the number of Aussies obtaining their first mortgage later in life means that more people would be left paying off a mortgage after retirement
Fewer property portfolios containing Australia’s industrial and logistics sector are expected to hit the market this year—which will only intensify competition among buyers
Find out more…
It’s that time of year again: Eddie Chung reveals the common mistakes investors make when claiming tax deductions on their investment property
Australian capital city home values have falled by 2.7% during the 2011 calendar year, according to the latest research from RP Data.
Keep an eye out for the next issue of Your Investment Property, in stores next Wednesday
The new Victorian stamp duty concession for first homebuyers is producing a surge of interest from first homebuyers already.
Changes to Queensland's stamp duty regime will favour investors over homebuyers, especially when buying new properties
Why is it so hard to value residential property, and what can you do to get a realistic idea of what your property is worth? We show you how!
Sydney, Perth and Brisbane will show the strongest price growth over the next three years, fuelled by supply constraints.
Gen Y is forgoing renting in order to move straight into property ownership, it has been claimed.
Australia's annual population growth rate slowed to 1.5% in 2010, down from the 2008 high of 2.2%.
Negative gearing is the foundation of millions of investors’ wealth creation strategies, but some claim it’s pushing up property prices and pushing out first home buyers. Who’s right?
Though economic growth has dropped off, new research indicates the economy may be recovering from the effect of natural disasters.
It's that time of year again, when thoughts turn to tax returns and receipts. But are you making the most of your tax benefits?
The Aussie dollar reached parity with the US greenback in October 2010 and has maintained its strength since. But how much longer can this run last?
Smartline has urged potential customers to get finances in order or risk being seen by today's more conservative lenders as "credit junkies"
Getting your finances right in the eyes of the lenders is like having a car engine that runs perfectly - you can go further and faster on the same amount of fuel.
Head to Head: Todd Hunter
Head to Head: Rich H ...
Head-To-Head with Ph ...
Head to Head: Ian Ho ...
January RP Data Inde ...
According to google first page "The ABS says the average individual wage in ...
A main consideration in appraising is to determine a property's value: the p ...
Good guide for those, who decide to lease the property by themselves.