Brisbane has cemented itself as the nation’s lifestyle capital, with the city home to seven of the top 10 most liveable suburbs in Australia.
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Changes were made to how investors can claim depreciation on existing plant and equipment
With vacancy rates tightening and interest rates at record lows, now might be a good time to enter the housing market
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New rules would require real estate agents to report to federal authorities clients they suspect of trying to hide illicit cash
According to a senior executive at Knight Frank, property in the southeastern capitals is more affordable than in other global cities
The city’s high rental rates, and the relative ease at which landlords can evict tenants, gives landlords very little incentive to convert their properties into holiday lets
According to a renowned economist, many dwellings throughout Australia are left empty to fulfil a speculative motive
New analysis shows that all the major property price downturns went hand-in-hand with lower share prices and savings account returns
Tenants falling into arrears, costly maintenance issues, and vacant properties are some of the fears shared universally by landlords
While investor lending criteria is being tightened, it is expected that banks will continue to offer steep discounts to owner-occupiers to safeguard their market share
An anti-corruption watchdog said loopholes are allowing corrupt elites to launder the proceeds of grand corruption into Aussie real estate
More affordable prices, a stronger economy, and a growing pool of potential renters make Perth an attractive city for investors
The load is heavy for investors this year: loan discounts have been tightened on top of standard variable rates being increased
The latest data suggests many Aussies are venturing for the first time into the property market, with the majority buying one property
Investors are now paying higher interest rates than owner-occupiers—and the gap is predicted to become more extreme, according to senior bankers
The growth in interest-only loans to property investors is jeopardising house prices and the economy, say analysts
The commercial banks are repricing their loan products because their funding costs have increased
In January, investors committed to a total of $13.8bn in finance for investment properties
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