Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
Many regional property markets are feeling the flow-on effects of growth in the capital cities
Affordable holiday homes are up for grabs in Western Australia’s often overlooked South West
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While most mining towns have experienced a recent stabilisation in sales, median selling prices are generally continuing to trend lower
According to the latest data from CoreLogic, homes have been selling more quickly in Sydney and Melbourne than they have across the other capital cities
Undaunted by lending restrictions aimed at curbing their interest in Australia’s property market, Chinese buyers are back with a bang
Thousands of dwellings remain uninhabited throughout Australia. Can owners of vacant properties get tax benefits?
Leasing activity continues to increase across the Perth metropolitan area, notes the latest data from the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia
According to a new survey, more than half of all pet owners believe laws must be changed to force landlords to allow pets in rental properties
People in Australia’s lowest income households are being pushed out of the rental market, with many succumbing to poverty and homelessness
Two major bills that were recently passed by the Parliament of Western Australia could significantly reduce costs for the real estate industry
A new report highlights the three “must have” priorities Sydney needs to embrace if it wants to overtake its regional competitors and become a global city
A leading property market analysis company says Hobart will become Australia’s best performing capital city property market in 2017
New data for October 2016 reveals that the number of national residential vacancies has fallen slightly, with 74,368 rental homes available
Alarming new research reveals that over half of Aussie mortgage borrowers are sacrificing their social lives and time with their families to meet their mortgage repayments
According to the latest data, residential vacancy rates have tightened across the Sydney market, with new accommodations being snapped up across the city
Following the introduction of more stringent smoke alarm legislation in QLD, homeowners and landlords in NSW are wondering if similar laws will be passed in their state
While NSW’s economy is projected to grow over the next two years, the formerly robust mining states will face tough economic times as investments dwindle
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