They scored well on a range of factors, including access to high speed internet, health and fitness facilities, rental demand, and employment prospects
The Berejiklian government’s reliance on property taxes to boost the budget bottom line is unsustainable, according to analysts and the Property Council of Australia
Around half of the respondents of a new survey plan to buy another investment property in the next 12 months, and 23% are planning to buy a new home
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Own a property in Carey Bay, NSW or Mermaid Beach, Qld? Let’s hope not. Judgment Day would appear to be on these and other suburbs as they indicate the highest 12-month median price drops in the country.
We’ve sifted through recent statistics and found the 10 suburbs that made the largest number of property sales last year, many of which are still racking in impressive sales numbers.
Could $1m in property be possible on a lower income? This is a question we posed to three accomplished property investors. They explained how a real person, earning real money in a real economy, could do it
A debate has waged among property pundits about whether the RBA will adjust rates next month, but one of the issues motivating the decision is recent buying activity from a certain demographic.
Thinking about renovating to add some value to your property? Read on for five renovation blunders that can do exactly the opposite.
Struggling to find a tenant? Spare a thought for the landlords in these suburbs, where residential vacancy rates are reported to be as high as 41%.
One of the country’s leading real estate moguls has revealed the Sydney and regional suburbs that he expects to outperform the rest of the pack for capital growth.
It could take only a modest decline in the growth of China’s economy for Australian property prices to falter, as new research revealed that even a slight slowdown in Chinese growth could send local prices into dangerous territory.
Upwards of 500% capital growth over 20 years may sound hard to believe, but it's been a reality for suburbs in places everywhere from eastern Sydney to central Melbourne. When digging through the records we found something equally startling: the massive growth in some of these suburbs isn’t done yet.
Fancy a property for less than $30,000? We’ve sought out the cheapest properties on the market and found that a paltry $29k is enough for a unit on a popular Qld island, $27k bags you a Masonic Lodge and $30k nets you the keys to an old miner’s cottage.
While “renovate and flip” remains a great strategy for creating cashflow, it is only investors who know what will appeal to buyers that net big profits. Key Media’s upcoming Property Investors Forum will discuss how anyone can learn this. Read on to find out how to take advantage of this amazing opportunity.
Brisbane’s unit and townhouse market appears to be on the up, with mixed results highlighting last year's hotspots and not-spots for unit capital growth.
Think an investment in Pendle Hill, NSW, would be a good addition to your portfolio? What about Blackwater, Qld, or Koondoola, WA? These are just some of the suburbs tipped to have high value growth this year. The icing on the cake: none are priced above $400,000.
As a new report highlights some well-known areas where new houses are at risk of being swept away by rising sea levels, concerns are being raised about the potential for thousands of dollars to be knocked off the value of coastal homes.
Topping the list of suburbs with the longest property selling periods is a small Victorian town where it takes almost a year for an average property to sell, despite a median house price of only $120,000. It is joined on the list by a host of other locations where your chances of selling in a hurry are slim.
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