A key factor in the growing popularity of these two locations is their relative affordability
With competition for good local stock heating up, Aussie investors may soon have to seek greener pastures abroad
Fear of being evicted without grounds keeps many tenants from addressing various abuses
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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
The head of a major real estate franchise has claimed that 80% of Australian landlords are leaving money on the table at the end of every financial year
Federal Court sides with ASIC in decision against two land banking companies
While warnings have been issued for the immediate future of Melbourne's property market, others believe any issues the city has are likely to be localised
Apartment prices in inner-city Sydney fell by up to 19% in the final quarter of 2015, a report by real estate group JLL has discovered, drawing parallels with the similarly inauspicious apartment market in Melbourne’s CBD.
Vendors across Australia don’t seem to be in any rush to take properties to auctions before the impending Anzac Day long weekend, with only two capital cities currently expecting an increase in volumes this week
Conditions in one of Australia's strongest real estate markets mirror those seen in Perth before its price collapse according to one property analytics firm
Apartment surge helps residential construction industry past record mark in 2015
While Sydney’s residential market may be in the midst of a slowdown, the city’s industrial and commercial sectors are predicted to perform strongly over the coming years
As prices in a multiple markets in Australia near their peak, investors should be taking the necessary steps to ensure their portfolios continue to perform
Two separate and distinct property markets are likely to form in South Australia, as the state's regional areas deal with their latest economic blow
New data reveals that just under $100bn worth of Australian real estate was purchased by foreign buyers in 2015-14 financial year, with Chinese buyers accounting for more than a quarter of that
Housing affordability improved during the March quarter, however there are still a number of factors making life difficult for buyers
Rather than a recipe for success, a prominent development lobby group is concerned investing near infrastructure projects could become costly
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