With houses in Sydney hitting the two million mark, property investors are eyeing more affordable investments in up-and-coming Newcastle
Buyers agents charge between 1.5% and 2% of the purchase price of the property if they find the seller’s home and negotiate the deal or secure the property at auction. This “means the fee that they charge is linked to th ...
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One of New South Wales’ peak real estate bodies has called for the State Government to improve how the industry is monitored and regulated by the appointment of a Commissioner for Property Services
The Federal Government should take a lead role in policy reform, rather than consider changes to tax breaks such as negative gearing if it is serious about addressing housing supply according to one lobby group
The approaching Easter break has seemingly lit a fire under vendors across Australia, with the country’s auction market set for what is easily its busiest week this year
ASIC has appointed liquidators oversee companies involved in land banking schemes associated with notorious property spruiker and will seek to ban him from managing corporations
While infrastructure improvements can be a good sign for possible investment locations, one expert has urged people to look further into why an area may be set to be upgraded
Widespread reclassification of mortgages from investment to owner-occupier loans has caught the attention of banking regulator, APRA.
In the third part our series of head-to-head interviews with property investing experts, YIP TV recently sat down with Philippe Brach
It’s that time of the year when we honour Australia’s sharpest and most inspirational property investors as Your Investment Property proudly presents the 8th Annual Investor of the Year Awards.
Singapore based CoAssets believes Australia is a key market as it continues the international expansion of its crowdfunding platform
Nationally vacancy rate falls over February, however it remains higher than seasonal norms
A company director who promised investors of returns up to 30% per annum from property development projects in Queensland has been found guilty of fraud
Could a name and shame method help weed out property spruikers?
While its residential real estate market may have been the darling of property investors in recent years, the head of one real estate agency believes another section of Sydney’s property market is set to shine
Additional paperwork for contracts of sale and lease applications in New South Wales as new swimming pool laws come into force
National clearance rate comes in below 70%, despite a large fall in volumes last week
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