Regions outside but adjacent to the eastern capitals are seeing a lower proportion of resales at a loss
A looming oversupply of apartments in many capitals is causing apartment developers to resort to major incentives to attract buyers
New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
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A peak real estate industry group has warned a Labor victory at the upcoming Federal Election could result in surge in activity of property spruikers.
Auction numbers bounce back as the market looks to recover from its softest result in three months
Australia’s eastern states may have unwittingly joined forces to give a leg-up to property markets in other areas of the country.
Global credit rating firm believes house price correction is unlikely, unless there is a change to one key economic measure
The head of a major mortgage broker network believes interest rates will remain at record lows for the foreseeable future as any increase to the official cash rate would be “disastrous”
Plans by the Labor party to “grandfather” existing arrangements will not protect property investors from feeling the impact of any changes to negative gearing according to the Real Estate Institute of Australia
Restrictions on investor lending has resulted in a changing Melbourne market, as owner-occupiers become more active and investors are forced to take stock of their situation
Hobart is closing in on half a year with a vacancy rate below 1%, while another conditions in another capital city are described as "alarming"
Despite house prices across the country recording near double-digit growth in the 12 months to March 2016, Australia has fallen out of the world’s top five locations for house price growth
The New South Wales government hopes to claim an additional $1 billion in revenue over the next four years after formally announcing its taxation plans for foreign property buyers
State governement accused of sacrificing its property market in desperate bid to increase revenue
Lenders have been called on to be more accommodating to off-the-plan buyers and introduce measures that will reduce the risk of purchasers being unable to settle
Australia’s national auction clearance rate looks to have fallen slightly on the back of a week of subdued activity
While apartment oversupply concerns are something most people would be aware of by now, one construction lobby group believes there needs to be a level approach to how the issue is discussed
Global credit rating firm believes curbs on investor lending have yet to prove they can minimise the risks associated with rising house prices
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