Ninety percent of new units in selected larger projects in Fortitude Valley had resold at a loss over the past two years
It would worsen affordability for West Australian home buyers, owners, and investors
Future retirees will be draining their superannuation to meet steeper mortgage and rental expenses, warns an economist
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Rental vacancies in Greater Western Sydney have dropped to less than 0.5% resulting in spike in rents and a backlog for tenants
After racking up record population growth over the past two years, Australia's population boom is set to slow considerably in 2010/11 and 2011/12 according to a new study
Residential property prices are set to rise even higher as supply continues to fall to intractable levels
Median rents in regional Western Australia have remained relatively stable during the quarter to March 2010, with the exception of a few sizzling spots, according to the Real Estate Institute of WA
Residential land prices rose dramatically in the year to December 2009, which has put the new home building recovery at risk
Experts often say that the great thing about property investment is that it's forgiving if you make a mistake early on, and generous if you did things right - provided you stay in the market long enough
We reveal the top 52 suburbs that recorded the highest capital gains in dollar terms over the past 10 years
Help the MacKinnon family of Byron Bay to raise enough money to pay for expensive cancer treatments
National housing approvals dropped by 3.3% in February extending the fall recorded in the previous month, according the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics
While the spotlight is firmly fixed on the CBD markets, many regional property markets are quietly staging robust performance better than their inner city big brothers a new report has shown
The strong run in Darwin's property prices appear to be easing with the latest data from Residex showing house prices have drifted into the red for the first time in more than 12 months
Growth in property prices maybe easing in the short term, but investors are poised to reap big gains over the next 10 years as housing shortage continue to worsen according to a new report
Property price growth might be easing, but buyers remained active in Melbourne as shown by the latest auction results from rpdata.com
The appetite for prestige residential properties among Asian investors is as strong as ever according to global property advisor Savills
AMP announced its reducing interest rate on its basic variable home loan for new customers by 0.10% thanks to the recovery in securitisation markets
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