While the planning approval of the Sydney Metro from Chatswood to Sydenham spells good news for commuters, urban development is lagging behind
According to existing legislation, real estate agents who sell strata developments off-the-plan cannot manage strata schemes after the buildings have been developed
New red tape-busting planning reforms have been released by the NSW government. These planning reforms aim to make the planning system more efficient.
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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.
The New South Wales government is set to take a more sophisticated approach towards stamping out illegal rental arrangements in the state
Three of Australia's big four banks have now announced tightened lending conditions for foreign buyers
Despite fall in vacancy rates recently, landlords in one capital city are starting to offer incentives to potential tenants
Moves by Australian lenders to cut off finance to foreign buyers looking to purchase Australian real estate will not have a significant impact on the property market, a prominent broker has said
Victorian man pleads guilty to six charges after misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars of investors money
The price of residential land is drawing near its previous peak as the pipeline of developable land begins to dry up
After two straight weeks of volumes above 2,000, Australia's auction market is set to be a little quieter this week
A South Australian company director has been hit with 32 criminal charges following an Australian Securities & Investment Commission investigation into SMSF property deals
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