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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More than one in five house sales across Australia’s combined capital cities sold for at least $1 million over the 12 months to June 2016, new data has shown
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Already at record lows, the proportion of Australian houses sold for less than $400,000 is set to fall even further
Increased property taxes and strengthened foreign buyer legislation are unlikely to outweigh the main reason Chinese investors target Australian real estate
One of Australia’s biggest property developers believes infrastructure announcements will mean it has little trouble selling a major development in the already crowded apartment market in Sydney’s inner south
A peak real estate industry body has warned investors to be on the look out for misleading conduct in the property sector
Australia’s central bank said inflation would remain low and the economy could grow faster, while house-price concerns had cooled, in explaining its decision to cut interest rates for the second time in four months
A West Australian-based property developer has had to surrender her passport as ASIC continues their investigation into a property investment scheme in the Pilbara that is linked to Jamie McIntyre
Landlords opting to self-manage their rental properties are putting themselves at risk of being targeted by problem tenants who would not pass the background checks conducted by professional property managers.
High crime rates are the major turn off for Australians when it comes to making a property purchase according to the results of a new survey
Melbourne has been a popular choice for apartment developer in recent years, but they may soon have to reconsider future projects as the Victorian government takes the next step in updating minimum design standards
Foreign investors make up more than two thirds of Australian CBD commercial real estate, a new survey has revealed.
Ditching commissions in favour of a fee-for-service model in the mortgage broking industry will erode choice and hit borrowers with higher costs, one industry pundit has warned.
Inner city suburbs in one capital city have been labelled “no-go zones” as apartment sales and prices begin to fall
Australia's banks still haven't fully come to terms with the impact of APRA's intervention, meaning borrowers shouldn't expect future RBA rate cuts to be passed on
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