Following years of consultation and review, strata law reforms have finally come into effect in New South Wales
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Newly built or significantly renovated homes in Queensland need to be compliant with the new smoke alarm legislation by 1 January 2017
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Those of us who battled through the recessions of the 1980s and 1990s may be feeling a sense of de ja vu - but this time around, the fear and panic are running deeper and broader as this unprecedented financial meltdown steamrollers its way around the world.
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Investors have the opportunity to pick up heavily discounted property in the current market - but to realise maximum profit, they need to adopt a long-term strategy and focus on location, according to an industry expert.
House values dropped by almost 2% in the September quarter, but prices remain higher today than a year ago in all capital cities except Sydney and Perth.
Growth in the Chinese economy is headed for a slowdown, but fears of a recession in the economic powerhouse are not accurate, according to experts.
Properties on the Northern Beaches of Sydney have paid dividends to investors over the 12 months to June this year, according to PRDnationwide NSW research analyst Mathew Tiller.
Investors looking for affordable and high yield properties should consider looking at Sydney's inner city units, according to RP Data.
While the merchants of doom have been busy peddling their gloomy views of a massive drop in housing prices, one of Australia's leading economists said the dire prediction is unlikely to happen.
Signs of optimism have emerged in the office property market, with experts tipping solid medium-term growth in Perth and Adelaide.
While many investors would recoil at the thought of ploughing money into an uncertain market, a leading property expert advised that the current difficult period was a rare opportunity to grow wealth.
Expatriate Australians caught up in the global financial crisis are returning home in droves to take advantage of the attractive currency exchange and cooling interest rates, according to one independent mortgage broker.
The bad news: property values remain stagnant. The good news: things can only get better from here for national prices.
The Reserve Bank's decision to slash the official interest rate by a whopping 1% this week will significantly boost Australia's property markets as it puts hundreds of dollars back into pockets of struggling mortgage holders, according to experts.
The Reserve Bank of Australia's decision to cut interest rates by a hefty 1% amidst deteriorating global economic conditions is a welcome relief for struggling homeowners and provides opportunities to first homebuyers.
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Would be interested to read an updated version of this article for 2016!