The strong growth in dwelling prices has led to disproportionately larger hikes in the stamp duty bill for home buyers
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According to a new survey, two thirds of Aussies who want to buy investment properties want to acquire one in a capital city
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House price growth of just under 20% in the 12 months from September 2014 puts one Australian city among the world's top performing markets
New figures show there are currently more than 600 housing hotspots across Australia's states and territories
One major lender and its subsidiaries will no longer lend to foreign investors looking to purchase Australian residential real estate
After a decade on the bottom rung of Australia’s property ladder, one economist believes one capital city "now ticks all the boxes for investors"
Economists claim fraud is widespread in Australia's banks, particularly in the mortgage sector
Changes to negative gearing, such as those proposed by the Labor Party, would have minimal impact on rents while any negative impact on house prices would be less than 5%
Fall in volumes over the Anzac Day long weekend coincides with auction market returning its best result in four weeks
The likelihood of changes being made to Australia’s current negative gearing arrangements have been drastically reduced, with the Federal Government officially announcing it will not touch the tax break.
The watchdog is set to be strengthened thanks to a new levy placed on Australian banks, but what does that mean for borrowers?
Australia’s property market could very well be one where the rich are getting richer, with analysis showing the country’s more expensive suburbs recorded the strongest rate of capital growth in the 12 months to March
Australian borrowers have been making hay while the sun shines, as they continue to take advantage of the opportunities offered by low interest rates
While market and economic conditions may be changing, it appears the majority of Australians still believe real estate to be a safe place to invest
Higher tax bills for foreign buyers could be "bad news" for Victoria's property market and economy as other locations become more attractive
Australia's property market had it all during the March quarter, with sharper price falls than during the GFC, more disappointment from a predicted hotspot and signs a struggling market may be beginning to turn around all being recorded
There may be a delay until the next round of increases, but borrowers have been warned that will be facing higher interest rates soon
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