While the planning approval of the Sydney Metro from Chatswood to Sydenham spells good news for commuters, urban development is lagging behind
According to existing legislation, real estate agents who sell strata developments off-the-plan cannot manage strata schemes after the buildings have been developed
New red tape-busting planning reforms have been released by the NSW government. These planning reforms aim to make the planning system more efficient.
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While there may be some seasonality to them, figures showing an increase in sales in Perth over February have been welcomed as a positive for the market
The surge in new apartments in markets like Sydney and Melbourne could see lenders declare individual suburbs, streets or developments as no-go zones
Policy makers should be focussing on efficient land supply, as a fall in lot sizes coincides with a rise in prices
Low wage growth, slow population growth and the residential construction boom are all putting the squeeze on rents across Australia
Moves by regulatory bodies to better recognise and legislate the use of electronic agreements and communication methods will benefit all parties involved in residential tenancy agreements according to those behind an electronic document preparation and distribution platform
The Australian auction market looks to have ended its run of the national clearance rate breaking the 70% barrier
The head of a major mortgage broking franchise has warned borrowers to be on the lookout for home loan deals that seem too good to be true
The app will allow those tracking the property market to receive live information that suits their individual requirements
Indications from the Reserve Bank of Australia that an interest rate cut could be on the cards later this year led to a decline in the popularity of fixed-rate home loans over February
New report claims housing affordability has hit its worst level in three years
One property expert has questioned whether the Coalition ever had serious intentions of tinkering with the tax break.
The head of a major real estate franchise has warned buyers and sellers to ignore doom and gloom predictions about Australia’s property market from overseas commentators
Auction activity is expected to be busier in only one capital city market this week
Residential listings increase over February as two capital city markets record "abnormal" movements
The Western Australia state government has been called on to deliver a budget this year that will encourage activity in property sector
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