Analysts have been predicting big results for the Brisbane property market for a few years now, but the poor jobs market hasn’t supported their rampant optimism
Landlords may have to acquire a license and pay a levy to cover the costs of providing additional security and other costs
The levy would deter speculative holding and bring under-utilised properties to the market
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After two straight weeks of volumes above 2,000, Australia's auction market is set to be a little quieter this week
A South Australian company director has been hit with 32 criminal charges following an Australian Securities & Investment Commission investigation into SMSF property deals
After a prolonged period of volatility the property market in one capital city is starting to stabilise
Investors and their use tax breaks such as negative gearing have been unfairly targeted as the cause of current housing affordability issues in Australia according to one member of the real estate industry
Chinese buyers made inquiries about nearly $50b worth of Australian housing during 2015, with one city particularly popular
Increasing education and training standards is the only way to eradicate illegal and deceptive conduct by real estate professionals according to one industry body
As investigation into mortgage fraud continue at two of Australia's big four banks, multiple smaller lenders have placed additional lending restrictions on foreign buyers
Two more non-major lenders have announced interest rate cuts, with one now offering its lowest variable rate ever
Landlords looking to attract or keep a tenant may soon have to consider reducing rents as market conditions swing in favour of renters
Australian households are having to direct a bigger share their monthly income on mortgage repayments according to new research from Moody's
A respected economic commentator has described Australia’s booming apartment market as one of the biggest economic threats currently faced by the country
Another two non-major lenders have followed the Reserve Bank of Australia's lead by cutting their home loan interest rates
Two of Australia’s largest lenders have uncovered mortgages that have been backed by questionable foreign-income documentation, forcing them to stop approving such loans
Despite solid results from the two busiest auction markets, Australia’s national clearance rate looks to have moderated over last week
One state is considering requiring renovators and developers to consult with neighbouring property owners before even submitting a development application
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