Mortgage referrers cannot provide advice to consumers, or assist them in any way when applying for a loan, said ASIC
Despite new taxes and Aussie bank lending restrictions on offshore investors, foreign buying surged last year and is expected to grow further this year and next
Net overseas migration accounted for 55% of Australia’s total population growth last year
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Auction volumes across Australia have almost tripled compared to the subdued numbers seen last week
Investors and owners embarking on building or renovation work have been reminded to check the credentials tradespeople, with one consumer protection body having already ordered more than $100,000 in fines and compensation be paid in 2016
A new report claims nearly 100,000 residential properties are being allowed to sit vacant as property investors look to cash in on tax breaks
Altering the tax breaks offered to real estate investors should be considered by policy makers if they are serious about returning Australia’s Federal Budget to surplus in the near future
Older, affordable homes in western Sydney are firmly in the sights of investors and owner occupiers as they look to update housing stock in the area
Research from Bankwest has revealed approvals for medium density dwellings, such as units and townhouses, increased dramatically in 2015
Australia's national clearance rate looks to have recorded a slight increase as auction volumes plummeted over Easter
Updated figures on how much foreign buyers are spending on Australian real estate are set to be released shortly, as Canada's central bank calls for better tracking of offshore investors in its housing market
More than one third of Australian homeowners will look to renovate their home within the next 12 months, new data has revealed
The December 2015 quarter saw Brisbane continue a run of consecutive house price rises that stretches more than three years
Pilbara property scheme promoted by a notorious spruiker halted by Federal Court injunction
A fine of more than $7,000 for an investor in Western Australia should serve as a reminder to private landlords about the risks they may be taking in self-managing rental properties
In the final part our series of head-to-head interviews with property investing experts, YIP TV recently sat down with Rich Harvey
Australia's renovation activity is predicted to continue to grow in coming years, though it is unlikely to pass the peak it hit in 2011 any time soon
Investors have been warned not to confuse political posturing with fact in the lead up to the Federal Election on 2 June
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