The ambitious new global fibre network and cloud-based data centre will bring considerable economic and investment opportunities to the city
High affordability, a strengthening labour market, and other factors are tipped to draw buyers back, according to a new report
A former bank executive says the banks’ rate hikes for IO borrowers was motivated more by greed than by a desire to abide by APRA’s new restrictions
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Global credit rating firm believes curbs on investor lending have yet to prove they can minimise the risks associated with rising house prices
While speculation mounts the RBA will announce a further cut to the official cash rate in coming months, borrowers are more likely to see their interest rates increase
A Supreme Court ruling handed down this morning could have serious repercussions for landlords and tenants
Will a move by one of Australia's biggest lenders to lower investor interest rates result in a spike in the demand for finance?
The Queensland government has become the latest to slug foreign buyers of residential real estate with higher property taxes
Potential property buyers likely had fewer options to choose from in May with figures showing residential listings experienced a sharp fall over the month
Auction activity across Australia is set to be subdued this week as all but two capital cities see significant declines in volumes
A sharp fall in the value of new investment loans in April was likely the result of continued lending restrictions
A major real estate industry groups has called for an overhaul of land tax in one state, including hitting some investors with a higher tax bill
Despite weekly rents across Australia’s capital cities remaining steady over May, annual rental growth still remains in negative territory.
The majority of Australians have not been deterred from the property market amid the lead up to the federal election, a new survey has revealed.
With the federal election now less than a month away, the debate around negative gearing and housing affordability shows no sign of abating as a number of the real estate industry's leading names voice their opposition to Labor's plans
New rules affecting foreign student visas, which come into effect from 1 July 2016, will be a boon for the property market, especially in Sydney and Melbourne
While many believe an investment property, rather than a home, offers an easier way for people to break into the property market, there are signs that too is becoming a harder task.
As capital growth remains on an upward trend in many Australian markets a respected industry voice believes regulators may be forced to intervene again if the RBA announces a cash rate cut in the near future
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