Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
While many middle and upper middle class Chinese are staying away, China’s wealthiest are still keen on investing in Australia
Property owners will find the bill for the clean-up in their mailboxes, according to the Brisbane City Council
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The chairman of the Future Fund has warned that house prices could be vulnerable to global economic shocks.
A change of government next week could bring property developers flooding back to NSW.
The number of suburbs in Australia with median house prices of more than $1m increased by more than a third last year.
Homeowners are discovering that the grass isn't always greener on the other side, and in doing so are choosing to renovate rather than upgrade.
Debit cards are the new black (for people tired of being in the red). Low monthly fees, purchase guarantees and easy access to money (that is actually yours) are just a few of the reasons Australians are pocketing their credit cards and pulling out their bank card.
Buyer beware - when it comes to making your next car purchase, you may be victim to the 'buy cheap, buy twice' mentality.
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Fixed, variable, standard, basic, offset, redraw, interest only, low-doc: there's a veritable smorgasbord of mortgage options available to borrowers these days, but how do you decide which option is right for you?
Some property pundits believe that a property's value is in the land, and that a house investment is the only way to go, while others swear that apartments deliver the strongest profits. So which investment is the better choice: houses or apartments?
Last year saw the lowest number of property sales in a decade
Tax time may be a few months off, but it pays to be organised - and by getting your ducks in a row now, you can save yourself a giant headache come tax time.
Australia's ratio of income to house prices isn't exceptional by global standards, says Reserve Bank governor Glen Stevens.
Building activity saw a decrease during the December 2010 quarter, according to the latest figures from the ABS, with residential construction work falling by 1.1%.
Applying for a home loan can be a daunting and extensive process, which makes it all the more frustrating if you get knocked back. So if the banks do say no, where can you go?
Multi-unit developments are are becoming more prevalent in middle and outer ring suburbs in metropolitan Sydney, according to new research.
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