Following years of consultation and review, strata law reforms have finally come into effect in New South Wales
The latest figures from ABS show a marked decline in dwelling approvals in New South Wales, particularly for apartment approvals
Newly built or significantly renovated homes in Queensland need to be compliant with the new smoke alarm legislation by 1 January 2017
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Auction volumes will remain relatively steady this week as the national clearance rate looks to break seven-week run of sub 70% results
Talk around Australia’s rental market in recent times has centred largely on falling rents and record low yields, but new research suggests a little bit of digging could see investors find properties that will deliver a healthy cash flow.
Housing affordability is very real problem according to the Property Council of Australia, but potential solutions being put forward by policy makers will do little to address the issue
A large proportion of Australian home owners are costing themselves hundreds of dollars each month due to the fact they have never refinanced their mortgage
A record high mark in one capital city has seen Australia's national vacancy rate deviate from its usual seasonal trends
Recent figures have shown regional markets in one state have enjoyed a strong run recently, however a respected property voice believe they aren't ones investors "need to buy into now"
Australia could soon be home to one of the most densely populated suburbs in the world, thanks to the seemingly ever increasing number of new apartments.
Alterations and additions spending is expected to account for more than a third of total spending on residential property investment in 2016
A growing number of Australians are sacrificing comfort in retirement to help family members buy their first home
The prolific construction rate of apartments in Australia is set to result in a record number of settlements over the next 24 months
Turmoil surrounding foreign borrowers continues as it's claimed fraudulent bank statements are being bought and sold for as little as $200
A large proportion of buyers may pull back form the market as the election campaign drags on, but those who go against the may very well come out ahead
A reduction in auction volumes and strong results in Sydney has helped resulted in a slight week-on-week increase for Australia’s national auction clearance rate
Predictions of additional cash rate cuts are continuing to mount, but would they be of any benefit to borrowers?
As opinion differs on the strength of the Brisbane rental market, particularly its inner city areas, the rest of Queensland is home to a range of different conditions.
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