The strong growth in dwelling prices has led to disproportionately larger hikes in the stamp duty bill for home buyers
Instead of splurging your savings or racking up debt this holiday season, why not invest in a property for the long term benefit of your family?
According to a new survey, two thirds of Aussies who want to buy investment properties want to acquire one in a capital city
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The latest edition of the BRW 200 Rich List should serve as an important inspirational tool for any property investor, no matter their situation
While the Illawarra has been revealed by CoreLogic RP Data as the best performing regional market in the country, there has been a wide variation in performance by other regional markets across Australia
The entire mortgage broking industry will come under scrutiny as a part of ASIC's review into how brokers are remunerated
It’s been home to impressive growth in the past year, but Australia’s strongest regional market still has room to improve according to those on the ground
The tightening of lending criteria is still having an significant impact on investors, with one group of buyers particularly affected
A non-major lender has temporarily withdrawn from investment lending in a bid to meet requirements set out by APRA
Increases across most capital cities mean more than 2,000 auctions will be held this week, however numbers are still subdued compared to 12 months ago
A large proportion of Australians still hold a major false assumption about property prices in Australia, something RBA governor Glenn Stevens believes needs to change
New South Wales could become one of most unfriendly locations in the world for foreign buyers if the government goes through with plans to raise property taxes
Perth’s weak rental market is being exploited by tenants who are using current market conditions to move away from shared accommodation
Forecaster claims more than half of all apartments in inner Brisbane are rental properties, while a significant portion are being allowed to sit vacant
After tightening up its loan book in response to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) driven crackdown last year, one major lender is set to make life easier for investors
Developers could lose hundreds of thousands dollars each time a potential foreign buyer can not settle an apartment purchase
Those operating or staying in short term rental accommodation, such as Airbnb, could soon face hefty fines and other punishments for unruly behaviour
Non-major lenders announce a raft of fixed rate home loan reductions below 4%
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