New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
The rationing of credit and the lifting of mortgage rates are being blamed for the slowdown
Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
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Each of Australia's state capitals saw house values decrease during April, according to recently released figures from Residex.
The Federal Government's flagship National Broadband Network has had its grand opening on the mainland, in the NSW city of Armidale. Already going through the testing phase in the Tasmanian communities of Midway Point, Smithton and Scottsdale, the NBN will be tested in several mainland 'First Release Sites' over the coming months.
Continuing softness in property markets could see interest rates remain on hold for longer than previously expected.
The banks upped their share of the $1.2 trillion mortgage market during the March quarter, according to the latest figures from the ABS.
Landlords are poised to see further increase in rents as the market slowdown continues to spook investors.
The great renovate debate has perplexed many a property seller. Is renovating before you sell worth the hassle and expense?
Crown land in the Pilbara could be given away for free as long as developers commit to build luxury high-rise apartments.
With so many experts in the field, who is the best person to talk to to get an accurate market value of your property?
Strata titled properties have many distinct advantages and disadvantages over freestanding houses - but do they stack up as a solid property investment?
Larger inner Melbourne apartments have produced better rental growth than smaller apartments over the last five years.
The Federal Budget didn't turn out to be the horror story that many professionals in the real estate industry had feared, says Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) president David Airey, but it is something of a mixed bag.
Four-legged friends can cost a fortune, but there are ways to keep both your best friend and bank balance healthy.
Did you know that just one forgotten electricity bill or unpaid mobile phone invoice could make or break your home loan application?
As the Federal Budget announcement draws ever nearer, Laing+Simmons have added their voice to the list of industry insiders calling for the Government to leave negative gearing alone.
Mortgage industry heavyweights have been quick to praise the Senate Economic References Committee's call for a rethink on the banning of exit fees.
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