The strong growth in dwelling prices has led to disproportionately larger hikes in the stamp duty bill for home buyers
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According to a new survey, two thirds of Aussies who want to buy investment properties want to acquire one in a capital city
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Preliminary clearance rates remain solid, despite a a solid rise in volumes
Property lobby group is pleased land taxes in WA will not rise this year, but still want more done to address current "unfair" arrangements
Email may be commonplace method of communication these days, but eviction notices should still be served by registered post according to one tenancy advocacy group.
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The four charges, including allegedly dealing with $100,000 that was the proceeds of crime, carry a combined jail term of up to 50 years
The sale of Australian property by foreign owners could soon be covered by tougher capital gains tax legislation, however new laws would unlikely apply to the bulk of residential properties sold by foreign investors
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Australians’ love of getting one over on the tax man could see a rush of people try to enter the market if any plans to alter negative gearing are adopted
New report claims rising prices and falling sales are an indication of residential land supply "bottleneck" in Australia
Real estate agents with insufficient training are putting buyers and sellers in Victoria at risk
Melbourne’s industrial real estate is reaping the benefit of the current low Australian dollar, with offshore money flowing into the market in the Victorian capital
Should landlords lose the ability to prevent tenants from having pets?
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