Official support will hopefully result in short-term rentals being a viable option for every homeowner without fear of legal or financial penalties
Despite gains in rental affordability, many minimum wage earners are still struggling to find affordable housing
Tenant unions are alarmed, as these platforms could potentially jack up rates in pricey rental markets
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Foreign property investors are snapping up farmland in NSW, it has been reported.
It's all in the mind - at least, being a successful property investor is. Here are five ways to make sure you're in the right frame of mind to achieve your goals
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.
Thinking of buying off-the-plan? Don't get swindled with our handy checklist.
A leading property researcher is warning that Melbourne could be in for a correction similar to that that Perth saw after the resources boom.
The Reserve Bank board has strongly hinted that an interest rate cut may be on the cards at its next meeting on Melbourne Cup Tuesday.
Getting your home valued is a great way to ascertain your property’s worth, but at around $400, it’s also pricey. We’ve investigated the other less expensive – and free - options available to homeowners and property investors.
New research from RP Data has found that 45% of Australian properties are worth at least twice as much as their original purchase price - and less than 4% are in negative equity.
The unfolding debt crises in Europe and the United States, combined with fears about how it will affect Australia, have spooked a lot of would-be spenders. As a result, most people are saying they want, or need, to save money.
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