New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
The rationing of credit and the lifting of mortgage rates are being blamed for the slowdown
Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
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One of the centrepieces of last night's Federal budget announcement could have a huge impact on the activity of property investors
Australia still seems to have a relatively strong appetite for new homes, with the latest ABS figures showing an increase in approvals during March.
Financial incentives should be offered to states who reform their planning laws in an effort to increase housing supply and ease affordability issues
Infrastructure upgrades, in particular road and rail transport projects, are set help Melbourne's outer suburbs go from strength to strength
The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced its decision on the official cash rate following today's board meeting
As Treasurer Scott Morrison prepares to deliver his first Federal Budget tonight, should investors be wary of any surprise announcements?
Australia’s housing market still seems to have some strength left in it, with figures released yesterday showing solid recent performance in markets across the country
Economist and financial commentators close to unanimous pick for the result of today's RBA board meeting
Auction volumes increased last week and early results also indicate a rise in the national clearance rate
More than half of all taxation revenue gathered by state and local governments in the 2014-15 financial year came from taxes on property.
One of the nation's biggest apartment builders believes restrictions on foreign lending will have little impact on sales
A shortage of student accommodation is having a significant impact on the wider Australian rental market, with research claiming the sector is undersupplied by nearly 300,000 beds
The debate about negative gearing’s impact on the property market seems to be showing no signs of slowing down, with the Real Estate Institute of Australia the latest body to enter the fray
Investors and homeowners, particularly inexperienced ones, have been warned to be on the lookout for property spruikers promoting “get rich quick” or similar property investment schemes.
Real estate body claims Labor proposal would drive out investors and leave state governments billions of dollars out of pocket
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