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There will be a modest yearly increase in new housing activity in Western Australia both this year and in 2010, the Housing Industry Forecasting Group (HIFG) has predicted.
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The weighted average house price in Australia's capitals increased 4.2% in the September quarter, preliminary estimates from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have shown.
The failure of the central government and state capital authorities to properly harmonise urban development is the reason for the ongoing housing shortage, CommSec has claimed.
For some investors, financing the purchase of their investment property is all about getting the lowest interest rate possible, while also weighing up the pros and cons of fixed versus variable
The government is set to confirm the scaling back of a range of stimulus measures as the economy continues to show signs of recovery.
A new website developed by a pair of Sydney and Melbourne-based auctioneers has enabled investors to bid on properties without leaving their homes.
Australian home prices grew by 3.7% in the September quarter - the highest quarterly growth seen in six years.
The federal government is set to introduce a national plan for Australia's major cities which will see centralised control over a range of planning and development issues.
The Housing Institute of Australia (HIA) has welcomed the Prime Minister's plans to exert federal control over development in Australian cities.
Home prices in the US have enjoyed a fourth successive month of price rises, suggesting the nation's troubled property market may be through the worst of the downturn.
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The BRW Young Rich list, has a new number one. Thirty-nine-year-old Ross Makris, an Adelaide-based property developer, increased his wealth by 13.5% to $420m in the last 12 months and now tops the list of Australians aged 40 and under.
Figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today showed that Australia's population grew by 2.1% to 21,779,000 in the 12 months ending 31 March.
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