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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Confidence in Australia’s property market is at its lowest point in more than three years as the aftermath of a federal election campaign and restrictive taxation arrangements weigh heavily on the sector
While numerous major and non-major lenders have announced interest rate cuts this week, a prominent voice in the mortgage broking industry believes the second half of 2016 will see lenders look to hit borrowers in their back pocket.
As questions arise about where the Australian residential market is headed in coming years, investors have been encouraged to consider some diversification in their portfolios
Australia's official cash rate is tipped to fall past its already record low after the next RBA board meeting, but the central bank may soon be faced with some tough decisions as it approaches 1%
Australia’s rental market remains a mixed one, with new figures showing rents have hit record highs in some markets, while others are continuing to see sharp declines
Several non-major lenders have continued the rate cut frenzy, announcing a raft of fixed and variable rate reductions this week
The head of an off-the-plan property agency the number of first home buyers in Australia has collapsed, despite conditions favouring them
One of New South Wales’ peak real estate bodies has called for an immediate review of the state’s stamp duty arrangements
A Queensland real estate agent has been fined after a misleading ‘no reserve’ auction.
While risk is nothing new for the banking and real estate sectors, they could soon be facing a new challenge as the impacts of climate change materialise
Two of Australia's major banks have announced fixed rate home loan reductions
Rental yields may sit at record lows across Australia, but landlords have been told not to give up on improving the cash flow their investment properties generate
For those looking to get in ahead of the crowd, Australia's affordable regional centres may be locations to keep an eye on as the Baby Boomer generation approaches retirement
While the increased availability of apartment stock in Sydney is nothing new, not everybody is willing to write off the investment viability of the sector just yet.
Housing finance increased in May driven by a spike in investment lending, according to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics
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