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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.
Newly appointed NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell must make good on pre-election promises to address the state's housing affordability crisis, says the Housing Industry Association (HIA).
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).
The national vacancy dropped for the second month running in February, according to the latest figures from SQM Research.
Rental vacancies fell Australia-wide in February, with Canberra leading the pack as the most tightly-supplied market.
Australian households are in good financial shape despite historically high debt-to-income levels.
Banks are increasing their maximum loan to valuation ratios in a race to grow volumes - much to the concern of the Reserve Bank. Does this signal a return to 100% loans?
As vacancy rates tumble in Sydney and Newcastle, the Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) has called for the state's politicians to come up with a clear strategy to deal with the state's ongoing rental squeeze.
Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond has renewed calls to scrap the Federal Government’s proposed ban on mortgage exit fees, stating that the ban will decrease competition and could result in higher interest rates on home loan products.
Housing stock on the market has hit a two-year high, a property research firm has found.
Real estate agents often dig into their bag of tricks to find a strategy that will help them make a sale. So what are the top five fibs an agent is likely to tell in order to lock in a buyer?
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