The ambitious new global fibre network and cloud-based data centre will bring considerable economic and investment opportunities to the city
High affordability, a strengthening labour market, and other factors are tipped to draw buyers back, according to a new report
A former bank executive says the banks’ rate hikes for IO borrowers was motivated more by greed than by a desire to abide by APRA’s new restrictions
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Australia’s central bank will cut interest rates to 1% within a year to combat weak inflation and rising unemployment, according to NAB's chief economist
Gen X and Gen Y have it tougher financially than their parents when it comes to achieving key life milestones, including buying their first home
Demand for residential development sites is set increase the instances of neighbouring owners banding together to sell their properties as one
Crowdfunding could soon be an integral method for developers looking to carry out sub-division projects as traditional funding sources become harder to access.
More than half of Australians believe abolishing stamp duty would be the most effective method policy makers could take to assist the Australian housing market according to survey by an online property marketing agency
Landlords, especially those with older units, have been warned that rental conditions are set to favour tenants for some time to come
Set to come into force at the end of November, New South Wales’ new strata laws are set to open up prime development opportunities in Sydney
The Reserve Bank of Australia has issued further warnings around the possible dangers apartment oversupply poses to multiple property markets across the country.
Those looking to find a house in Melbourne’s more prestigious suburbs may be able to save themselves hundreds of thousands of dollars if they can live with a little less space.
More non-major lenders have joined the rate cut frenzy following the Reserve Bank’s rate cut to 1.5% last week.
Australia's official cash rate still stands a chance of reaching 1%, with the RBA indicating the Australian dollar and conditions in China's economy will be the driving forces behind future interest rate decisions
South east Queensland’s property market has been a popular investment location in recent times, but potential buyers have been reminded not ignore other areas of the Sunshine State.
Potential buyers have been reminded to check the veracity of claims made by those in the real estate industry after a major developer was fined over advertising it used for a new project in Queensland
Bank of Queensland, ME and Virgin Money are the latest lenders to announce home loan interest rate reductions following the Reserve Bank’s decision to cut the cash rate to 1.5%.
Evidence keeps piling up that Australia’s residential building boom is slowing, with figures showing new home approvals have hit their lowest level since November 2015
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