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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Landlords in one state have been called on to make their voices heard as a review into rental laws gains steam
Major mortgage broking network says the first quarter of 2016 has seen the popularity of fixed rate loans increase as buyers make use of bigger deposits
Australia's auction market has again fallen short of a clearance rate of 70%
Investors have been given a reminder to make sure the advice they're receiving is coming from those qualified to provide it
Real estate body says balance and stability increasing across Perth's real estate market
Major banks are applying lending criteria that is "silly and irrelevant" according to the head of a mortgage broking body
Residential sector feels the pinch as construction activity contracts during March
Concerns about oversupply in Sydney’s inner south have not deterred one of Australia’s biggest apartment developers from unveiling a new project in the area
The head of one of Australia’s biggest real estate franchises believes the Australian property market will remain relatively active through autumn 2016.
Landlords are unlikely to be afforded the opportunity to raise rents any time soon, as slow population and wage growth combined with increased supply bog down the Australian rental market
Solid rise in auction volumes in Melbourne drives national increase
A better sense of financial literacy, in particular a better understanding of the differences between consumer and investment debt would go a long way to helping ease the financial worries of Australians
National residential property listings remained relatively stable during March, with only a slight fall recorded during the month
Conditions in the Australian housing market across the first three months of 2016 are in “stark contrast” to the corresponding period in 2015 according to one of the nation’s leading analysts.
As regulators look for alternatives to commission, brokers and lenders warn consumers could end up paying more for their loans
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