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The Australian lending market continues to become less accommodating to foreign borrowers with another lender unveiling new restrictions on mortgage eligibility
The risks faced by Australia’s housing market may have lessened recently, but one global economic body believes there is still a real possibility of a market collapse
Concerns have been raised about the viability of one capital city's apartment market with signs of price corrections and a slowdown in sales emerging
New report shows national housing affordability is at its best since 2013, however first home buyers are at their lowest point in more than 10 years
The interests of investors are being put before those of "ordinary people" according to lobby groups supporting changes to the tax policy for Australian real estate
Australia's auction market will be looking to stop a two-week slide in the national clearance rate as just over 1,900 homes go under the hammer this week
One state government has been called on to make policy changes to specifically help first home buyers, but not everybody believes affordability is out of control
Speculation investor activity is on the increase as conditions in Sydney drives up the price of Australian homes
ABS figures show the apartment supply pipeline is still driving the increase in new home approvals in Australia
The full impact of investment lending changes are now being seen as analysis of APRA figures reveals trends that are "positives for the stability and security of the Australian mortgage lending market"
While concerns about oversupply have been raised in the past about Sydney’s inner suburbs, one market researcher believes the issue will be felt across the city
One state's regional market has carried the torch for it over the first three months of 2016
First home buyers continue to “languish at near record-low levels” as wages grow at their slowest pace in almost 20 years.
While the idea of higher property taxes for foreign buyers of residential real estate has been criticised by many, one member of the Australian real estate industry believes increases will have no negative impact on the market
New economic modelling claims the rate of house price growth would only be slightly slower if the Labor Party alters negative gearing or the CGT discount
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