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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After a slow start to the year the property market in one capital city is soon expected to see more activity from both buyers and sellers
Research firm claims vacancy rate figures show misperception around rental supply and demand in some markets
Falling sales and rising prices point to an insufficient supply of residential land according to a new report
Treasurer Scott Morrison announces regulator will receive an additional $127 million to help it monitor Australia's banking sector
While it may be sold as an easy way to invest, a heavy reliance on negative gearing could very well be stopping people from taking advantage of more profitable options according one member of the property investment industry
Sydney's rental market is expected to remain tight for the foreseeable future as conditions vary across the rest of the state
Owner occupiers get an interest rate reprieve, but non-major lender believes it might be time to fix rates
While it may be more traditionally associated with young people, it appears shared accommodation is becoming an increasingly popular option among older generations.
Something as simple as upping the limit on a credit card could have a severe impact on a person's ability to get a mortgage
Governments across Australia have been urged embrace the rise of short term rental platforms, but at the same time they should take a hard line stance when issues arise
A former company director has been hit with jail time after being found guilty of six counts of fraud worth more than $200,000.
Despite a week-on-week improvement, Australia’s auction market has continued it’s relatively subdued run
Australia’s booming apartment market is still a source of financial risk, in part due to steps taken by banks and regulators to curtail investment lending in the sector.
While they still make up just a small proportion of total sales in the city, auctions seem to be becoming an increasingly popular choice for vendors in Perth
Lockout laws cited as a major reason for why a Sydney property recently broke a sale price record
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