The strong growth in dwelling prices has led to disproportionately larger hikes in the stamp duty bill for home buyers
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One state is considering requiring renovators and developers to consult with neighbouring property owners before even submitting a development application
A peak mortgage broker association believes the industry funding model for ASIC confirmed in the Budget this week “makes sense”, but doesn't want to see consumers lumped with the cost
An analysis of dwelling transactions has revealed a slowdown in sales over the past year, with annual sales currently 25% lower than the previous peak
Politicians of all stripes should be focussed on removing stamp duty and improving housing supply if they are serious about addressing housing affordability
Residential property is increasingly becoming a buy and hold proposition for Chinese investors as they identify Australia as their preferred location for offshore investment
Mortgage interest rate cuts have continued following the Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to trim the official cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.75% this week
Demand for new apartments has resulted in new home sales rebounding over march
More than 2,000 homes across Australia will go under the hammer this week as the national auction market looks to break the 70% clearance rate mark for the first time since the end of March
After leaving the official cash rate on hold for a year, a senior official at one of Australia’s biggest banks believes the RBA could announce another cut in the coming months
Buyers were presented with more options during April, with residential property listings rising in all capital cities
Analysts say that the housing market is under threat from banks that lend to borrowers with high assets on low incomes, who may have to flip their properties to meet repayments
One of the centrepieces of last night's Federal budget announcement could have a huge impact on the activity of property investors
Australia still seems to have a relatively strong appetite for new homes, with the latest ABS figures showing an increase in approvals during March.
Financial incentives should be offered to states who reform their planning laws in an effort to increase housing supply and ease affordability issues
Infrastructure upgrades, in particular road and rail transport projects, are set help Melbourne's outer suburbs go from strength to strength
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