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Due to rising dwelling values, there’s been a significant reduction in housing supply under this price bracket, according to CoreLogic
The practice allows people to build equity while living where they want instead of living in mortgaged houses in areas they’re not keen on
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The RBA has again left the cash rate untouched, and rates may stay on hold longer than previously expected.
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ABS figures showing a building shortfall suggest that slowing construction is a trend likely to continue, according to Master Builders Australia.
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Australian capital city home values have falled by 2.7% during the 2011 calendar year, according to the latest research from RP Data.
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The new Victorian stamp duty concession for first homebuyers is producing a surge of interest from first homebuyers already.
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Sydney, Perth and Brisbane will show the strongest price growth over the next three years, fuelled by supply constraints.
Gen Y is forgoing renting in order to move straight into property ownership, it has been claimed.
Australia's annual population growth rate slowed to 1.5% in 2010, down from the 2008 high of 2.2%.
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