China’s State Council said Chinese companies investing in offshore real estate could be harming China’s financial stability by increasing capital outflows
Local residents and councillors have expressed their reservations, as the proposed casino would impact low-rise, public space
Due to lack of strength in the jobs market and other factors, buyers say they’re willing to wait before entering the property market
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Property investors seizing opportunities in the current buyers’ market has contributed to an 18.8% increase in mortgage sales during May.
Smart property investors know the value of a good tenant.
The RBA has decided to keep the official cash rate at 4.75% for the sixth month in a row.
A new online mortgage provider has hit the Australian home loan market with an aggressively-low priced interest rate.
Urban Taskforce chief executive Aaron Gadiel has hit back at ANZ chief executive Phil Chronican’s suggestion that the government should consider winding back negative gearing benefits for property investors.
The growing number of Asian migrants to Australia will lead to broad changes in consumer trends, according to a leading social demographer.
Potential home buyers are feeling pessimistic about housing affordability as they struggle with rising living costs, a survey has found.
Easy access to rail connections, buses and trams is the overwhelming prioritty for househunters when choosing a property.
Australia isn’t going through a housing bubble, says ANZ chief executive Phil Chronican, but state and federal governments aren’t doing enough to address serious housing issues.
Property analysts indicate it’s a 'buyers' market' at the moment, but there are signs prices could drop in the coming months. Should you wait?
Building approvals took another fall in April, according to the latest ABS figures.
Falling luxury home values are dragging down the Australian property market while affordable properties continue to hold their value, according new data released today.
Older borrowers previously denied a mortgage may have second chance as ASIC clarifies lending rules
Mortgage defaults may be up and new home sales down, but the Australian property market is unlikely to crash and burn.
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