Official support will hopefully result in short-term rentals being a viable option for every homeowner without fear of legal or financial penalties
Despite gains in rental affordability, many minimum wage earners are still struggling to find affordable housing
Tenant unions are alarmed, as these platforms could potentially jack up rates in pricey rental markets
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New survey shows a marked increase in the number of households using the equity in their homes to make ends meet as more and more Australians worry about their ability to manage debt
The Reserve Bank of Australia has reached a decision on the immediate future of Australia's official cash interest rate following today's board meeting
It's easily one of Australia's two strongest property markets, but Melbourne is still home to a number of suburbs that boast excellent affordability
July saw the annual rate of growth for Australian dwelling prices hit its slowest pace in almost three years
Tasmania has been revealed as the nation’s worst performing property market over the past two decades
Despite growing signs Australia’s residential construction boom is nearing its end, the sector is showing continued resilience as the sale of new homes recorded a strong jump during June
Fraud conviction followed by lifetime credit and financial services industries ban from ASIC for Brisbane-based broker
Despite low inflation figures, experts are still almost evenly divided about the the outcome of tomorrow's RBA board meeting
It can be tough pill to swallow for some, but it appears sacrifice is becoming a necessary step for Australian real estate investors
The number of dwellings under construction in Australia hit a record high over the March quarter, fuelled by the continued growth of the apartment sector
June quarter inflation figures provide best indicator yet as to where Australian interest rates are headed
The Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC) has banned the head of a Wollongong based property advice firm from providing financial services for four years
A major real estate body has warned buyers are in danger of making potentially disastrous decisions if they rely solely on apps and other digital platforms for property market information
Proposed planning changes in one state could significantly reduce the viability of landlords offering their properties through short-term rental platforms such as Airbnb
More than 11,000 Australian homes were sold for $2m or more in the year to March, further illustrating the strength of the property market's current growth cycle
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