Is there a bubble in Sydney and Melbourne? Will prices rise in Brisbane? We ask three analysts for their opinions
Sellers who list their property for auction are experiencing significantly faster selling times, according to REIWA
While conditions remain soft, there are some positive indications the market is finally beginning to settle
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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%.
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Multi-unit developments are are becoming more prevalent in middle and outer ring suburbs in metropolitan Sydney, according to new research.
Did you know that your pets - or your dodgy next-door neighbours - could substantially decrease the value of your property?
Melbourne and Sydney will continue to be the the best investment destinations for capital growth over the next five years, according to a new survey.
There are many roads to accumulating wealth, but an overwhelming number of us are hoping to get there on the superhighway.
Consumers seem happy to haggle in foreign countries for knick-knacks and knock-offs, but real deals can be found right here on Australian soil. If you're paying the sticker-price, you're paying too much. Absolutely everything is up for negotiation - all you have to do is ask.
Which is the better investment - shares or property? It's the great debate that has fuelled many cocktail hour conversations.
So-called "helpful hints" on how to save money for a deposit are just so... depressing.
It's too early to tell if January's market slump is indicative of the property outlook for the rest of the year, according to RP Data.
Switching loans? Paying $700 in exit fees is nothing compared to the cost of lenders mortgage insurance, which runs into the thousands.
Australia is in the midst of a fixed-rate frenzy. Uncertainty over RBA movements combined with some aggressive marketing by the banks spurred a dramatic increase in fixed rate products in late 2010 - a trend that has continued into 2011.
The federal government's proposal to scrap exit fees is a double-edged sword for consumers.
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