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What can Sydney property investors expect next year? Rate hikes, more prudent lending, and an apartment oversupply, among others.
By choosing a highly experienced real estate agent, you can address all the challenges and pitfalls that come with selling your property this summer
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Australians love a good reno, so much so that we have entire TV channels dedicated to home improvement tips and advice! If you're keen to try your hand at boosting the value of your property, read on for some top strategies for success.
Proposed new laws on credit cards will help limit the dangers of plastic, but for those already suffering from that dirty four-letter word known as 'debt', here are some tips to clear your balance quickly.
Sufferers of joint account pain are familiar with the symptoms - it usually starts with a faint tingling sensation where your wallet normally sits and slowing moves upwards, causing uneasiness in the pit of your stomach. Some experience redness of face, while others are prone to loud verbal outbursts and headaches. New evidence suggests prevention is the best cure...
There are opportunities for low income earners to get involved in property investment - it just takes a little creativity and research.
The new NSW Premier, Barry O'Farrell, has announced plans to release 10,000 housing blocks in the state over the next four years.
Dwelling approvals took another hit in February,according to ABS figures, signifying an ongoing downturn in the housing construction industry.
When you want to diversify your investments and look at options other than property, there are plenty of other places for you to park your hard-earned cash.
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Whether you're paying down debt or saving for a home deposit, earning extra income is a speedier way to achieve your financial goals.
Property prices could fall by as much as 18% if the Federal Government decides to put a cap on growth in Australia's major cities, warns the Urban Taskforce's People Power report.
The number of new homes sold nationwide in February rose by 0.6% on the previous month, according to figures from the Housing Industry Association (HIA).
A social media campaign to boycott buying property until prices fall 'to an affordable level' is rapidly gathering speed.
Australian investors are increasingly concerned about elevated property prices in Australia, according to two new surveys.
Sydney was the only city in Australia to show capital growth in February as the overall capital city median price showed no improvement, according to the latest figures from RP Data and Rismark.
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