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A new survey has revealed that inflation is inching higher, giving rise to speculation that the Reserve Bank of Australia could raise rates later this year.
Recent cuts to fixed rate loan interest rates have not loosened the stranglehold variable rate product hold on the mortgage market.
Home values stabilised in the month of July, recording a moderate seasonally-adjusted increase of 0.4% according to the RP Data-Rismark Hedonic Home Value Index.
Australia's growth rate is one of the best in the developed economic world, ahead of the US, Britain and most of Europe.
There's plenty of "will they, won’t they" debate among economists regarding the Reserve Bank's impending rate announcements, but some industry experts are warning borrowers to brace for higher rates in the next six months, regardless of the RBA's decisions.
A third consecutive fall in new home sales has spurred the Housing Industry Association to call on the new government to take action.
August clearance rates in Sydney are shaping up as the best monthly results since April.
Total annualised returns for property jumped almost six-fold in the second quarter compared to first quarter results, according to property research firm IPD.
Claims on landlord insurance has leapt by 42% in the last year, according to a specialist insurance company.
The doorway to further rate rises has been opened following the weekend's yet undecided federal election.
ASIC has issued its first 65 Australian Credit Licences under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act and WA is leading the way.
The Coalition has launched its housing policy on the eve of the federal election.
The National Credit Code will have a particular impact on lenders who make loans to individuals to purchase or refinance investment residential property, a leading lawyer has warned.
Both political parties have ruled out the abolition of negative gearing following the federal election.
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