A new report by the credit rating business reveals a multi-year trend in which loan delinquency rates continue to rise
According to the HIA-CoreLogic Residential Land Report for the June 2016 quarter, residential land prices in Australia have climbed to another all-time high
Asset test changes, which were announced in the 2015 Federal Budget, adjusts the amount retirees can hold in assets (including investment properties)
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Capital city dwelling approvals for July jumped to 17,380 – the highest number since October 2015 and the third highest on record.
The relaxation of the lending policies at Westpac, CBA and St George are expected to jumpstart property purchases by small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) owners
Your Investment Property is once again looking for Australia’s top investment stories of the year for its 9th annual Investor of the Year Awards.
Australian property owners who have homes or investments near German budget supermarket Aldi could have very valuable homes on their hands
Limited supply and low interest rates are lighting a fire under the property market as Sydney reported an auction clearance rate of over 85% last week – its highest rate in more than a year
As dwelling prices continue to rise across the country, more first homebuyers are looking to their parents and immediate family members to act as guarantors on their home loans
Fears of a looming apartment fall may be compounded by the mass failure of Chinese apartment buyers to settle their apartment contracts.
Combined capital city selling prices increased by 8.1% over the past 12 months, with the median vacant land selling price recorded at $270,350 across the combined Australian capital cities.
A “substantial correction” is looming for the Australian property market as it faces a housing oversupply crisis, according to a new report.
The average median price for houses across the nation rose by 2.1% over the June quarter, according to the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA).
As Australia’s mortgage insurance providers force struggling homeowners into bankruptcy, analyst reveals that most Australians don’t understand that their policies favour lenders, not borrowers.
The latest Vacancy Rate Survey by the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales revealed tighter residential vacancy rates all over Sydney, with an overall vacancy rate of 1.8%.
The number of loans for owner-occupiers may have fallen across the board in July, but the Housing Industry Association (HIA) said that this should not be a cause for concern.
The value of interest-only loans had risen to $7bn, accounting for more than one in three new property loans, according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
More than 70% of the 1,000 respondents in the latest Property Investor Sentiment Survey believe that now is a good time to invest in property.
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