Analysts have been predicting big results for the Brisbane property market for a few years now, but the poor jobs market hasn’t supported their rampant optimism
Letters may have to acquire a license and pay a levy to cover the costs of providing additional security and other costs
The levy would deter speculative holding and bring under-utilised properties to the market
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A recent bank survey has revealed that 50% of homebuyers were losing sleep and 25% were losing focus at work because of stress over their property hunt.
The latest figures from CoreLogic showed that rental rates in capital cities dropped by -0.3% during the months of July and August.
The latest CoreLogic June Quarter Regional Report showed that demand for housing in the regions has picked up.
The Reserve Bank has decided not to make an immediate follow-up rate cut this month, as it maintained the official cash rate at its current record low of 1.5%.
Refinancing.com.au, a new digital-based solution for borrowers, is set to simplify the whole refinancing process.
The RBA has announced its decision on Australia's official cash rate after today's board meeting
With the traditional spring selling season officially here, stylist Justine Steadman offers 10 tips on how to make your home stand out.
Property marketers have been converting Gen Y’s love for virtual reality and technology into tangible sales in the property market.
Auction clearance rates should not be the sole barometer for overall market conditions, warns Douglas Driscoll, CEO, Starr Partners.
Melbourne’s Epping precinct has been hailed as one of the country’s top five ‘cheapie’ property markets.
Despite an overall decline in nationwide home sales, the demand for new homes in the fringes of the country’s major cities still remains strong.
A real estate group from the United Kingdom, Purplebricks, has launched into Australia with a disruptive new pricing model that offers fixed commission fees.
Web portal Rent.com.au has joined forces with Airbnb, partnering to encourage renters to ‘try before you buy’ by test driving a new neighborhood before signing a rental lease.
House prices in Sydney and Melbourne have grown by as much as 1,400% and 1,600% respectively over the last 20 years, according to new analysis done by News Corp Australia.
Thanks to New South Wales’ rising economy, demand for homes continue to boom in Sydney.
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