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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Only 4.9% of total dwelling stock nationally transacted over the 12 months to June 2016, meaning it would take around 20.5 years for the total national housing stock to turnover.
A property developer believes that the urban renewal project for Fishermans Bend will be a key driver for the development of Melbourne’s future planning policies.
A new report has revealed that South Australia’s largest homebuilders saw marked improvement in activity levels during the 2015/16 year.
Purchasing a property in South West Sydney may be more difficult as one real estate firm highlights a resurgence in Chinese investors in the area.
The number of houses and units resold at a loss in both capital cities and regional areas increased over the June quarter.
Chester, a luxury apartment developed by Kokoda Property in Brisbane’s Newstead suburb, has recorded a total of 135 sales amounting to $94.9 million in just two months.
Six out of eight Australian capital cities have a median price that cannot be afforded by an average single income household.
While spring is arguably the best time to sell a property, it is not the best time to buy one, according to one property expert.
Landscaping has the ability to lift a prestige property’s value by as much as 20%, says some of the country’s top garden experts.
The New South Wales government has recently announced a restructuring of the process of certifying building projects.
Median house prices increased by 1.3% in Brisbane, posting a new historical high of $635,000 in the June quarter.
The property boom in Sydney may have already run its course but a market crash is unlikely, according to one industry expert.
Investors are seeking to take advantage of the Perth market’s attractive yields as Chinese investors are predicted to make a more prominent role during the city’s post-mining boom era.
Big bank chief economist has warned that “huge uncertainty prevails” in the market after the recent rise in building approvals.
Capital city dwelling approvals for July jumped to 17,380 – the highest number since October 2015 and the third highest on record.
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