Is there a bubble in Sydney and Melbourne? Will prices rise in Brisbane? We ask three analysts for their opinions.
Sellers who list their property for auction are experiencing significantly faster selling times, according to REIWA
While conditions remain soft, there are some positive indications the market is finally beginning to settle
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A member of REINSW has warned property managers to be on their guard against email fraud after falling victim to one such scam
With Donald Trump scheduled to take office on Jan. 20, the United States and the rest of the world are about to take a plunge into the unknown
The number of apartments being sold off-the-plan in many major cities exceeds demand. This is dangerous for property investors because it would force prices down
While the planning approval of the Sydney Metro from Chatswood to Sydenham spells good news for commuters, urban development is lagging behind
According to existing legislation, real estate agents who sell strata developments off-the-plan cannot manage strata schemes after the buildings have been developed
New red tape-busting planning reforms have been released by the NSW government. These planning reforms aim to make the planning system more efficient.
Property professionals are positive there will be even more house price growth in NSW this year, a survey of more than 1800 industry professionals reveals
REIQ is leading a state-wide push from regional local governments, urging State Treasurer Curtis Pitt to expand the first-home owners’ grant in regional Queensland
According to a new report from REIWA, Perth’s median house price rose by nearly 2% in the three months to December 2016
Despite stricter regulations, foreign investment in Australian commercial property remains strong, hitting a record $10 billion in 2016
A major property investment event featuring industry-leading speakers will debut in Victoria next month at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Last year crystallised the emergence of the five-speed property market. Sydney was the strongest performer, while Melbourne, Canberra, and Hobart were one shift down.
As well as using cash injections to cut down existing debt, banks would also limit the amount of lending given to borrowers
The number of mortgage holders happy with the performance of the big four banks has dropped to around 75% according to new research
While analysis has found the number of dwellings sold has dropped, researchers say this has nothing to do with lower demand
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