If you’re an investor looking to purchase a residential property in different towns and cities across Australia, how far can $600,000 take you?
The volume of Chinese investment in Australia was down significantly in H1 2016 with one industry expert saying it's down to a lack of mega-deals
According to the CEO of REIV, the Melbourne housing market has never been better for sellers of houses and apartments
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Considered a no-go zone by many in recent times, one Australian capital city is now appearing on the radar of "astute investors"
A Western Australia based real estate agency has fallen on the wrong side of the state’s Department of Commerce in relation to advertisements it made about properties for sale
The mortgage broking firm behind Australia’s first Chinese language mortgage comparison website is banking on continued interest in Australian real estate from foreign investors, as it prepares to list on the Australian Stock Exchange
Lending to investors fell over December quarter, but could fixed rate loans be making a comeback?
For first time and experienced investors alike, the New Year period can be a great time to make sure you're heading in the right direction
There's more bad news for landlords as well, with little sign that the rate of rental growth will pick up any time soon
Calls for capital gains tax to be levied on family homes worth more than $2 million have drawn the ire of one property lobby group
Latest figures from APRA show three out of the four major banks are meeting APRA's investment lending growth requirements
Development lobby group claims too much emphasis is being placed on approval figures
Spotlight placed on capital gains tax, with calls for the tax to be levied on the sale of multi-million dollar family homes
The cooling of Australia’s property market has been illustrated by auction results from the 2015 December quarter
Taking notice of behavioural trends of tenant can go a long way to preventing problems
Landlords have been reminded to take the necessary precautions to prevent them starting the new year with a property headache
A Victorian couple have been committed to stand trial on charges of fraud relating to property deals in Australia and the United States.
The lead up to Christmas has seen auction volumes take a tumble after five straight weeks of more than 3,000 being scheduled
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