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
Letters can choose between long or short-term rental options without checking on the by-laws of their buildings, several sources confirm
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While approvals may remain close to record highs, one respected property market analyst believes developers are ready to put projects on ice until market conditions improve
First home buyer confidence has made strides in South Australia, with overall confidence increasing by 8.6% from October 2015, according to a new survey
NSW Fair Trading has handed down a report containing nearly 30 recommendations for the future of rental laws in the state, including the continuance of no-grounds evictions and expanding the use of electronic means to serve notices
Residential development could soon grind to a halt in Melbourne as developers predict significant delays for projects as they struggle to find finance
A former Aussie broker has admitted to 18 counts of fraud totalling over $5 million
Australia’s property investors are likely to be better off focusing on capital growth over cash flow for the foreseeable future with continued compression of rental yields likely
The future of Australia's official cash interest rate may be a fait accompli by the time the board of the Reserve Bank meets on 2 August
A "massive" increase in listings over the past year indicates market activity is returning to normal in one capital city, while another is continuing to strengthen after a significant decline of its own
While the RBA is tipped to cut the official cash rate at its next board meeting, borrowers could miss out out on any benefit as Australia's AAA credit rating is at risk of being downgraded
Buying and selling a property in one state is set to be come faster and safer as e-conveyancing legislation is rolled out
Foreign buyers looking to enter the Australian property market may finally have received some good news, with the South Australian government ruling out higher property taxes for foreign investors.
Landlords in Victoria could be required to make potentially significant alterations to their properties before leasing them out as the state governement considers the idea of minimum condition standards for rental properties
Already facing higher taxes and restrictive lending practices, foreign investors may have another reason for pause following results from Saturday's election
Residential tenancy laws in New South Wales are set to be altered to provide greater protection to victims of domestic violence
The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced its decision on the official cash rate following today's board meeting
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