The 2016 census indicated that at most, there would be 70,000 dwellings which could fall into the intentionally vacant category which is less than one per cent of all dwellings in Australia.
There was a small improvement in the three months to September, according to the Housing Industry Association
The last suburb crossed the half-a-million dollar threshold in June, according to the Domain Group
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Despite an increase in properties to choose from in recent years, the majority of Australian investors are still targeting one sector of housing
Australia’s auction market looks set to finish the first six months of the year on a positive note with another strong week of activity, but will the post-election winter period see it fall away?
Recent changes to lending policies and taxation arrangements are set to contribute to a significant cooling in house price growth across Australia in coming months
Low-income households in Australia are paying up to 85% of their income on rent, reinforcing calls for policy reform to address rental and housing affordability
Moves to ease the impact of stamp duty on buyers of new apartments could see another Australian market hit by oversupply
Property prices would likely suffer under Labor's plans for negative gearing according to a new report from SQM Research, however the Reserve Bank may hold the key as to how far prices fall
Australia’s consumer protection laws should be strengthened to help prevent people from making potentially disastrous decisions when buying a property
The vast majority of rental markets in New South Wales are tilted in favour of landlords currently and changes to negative gearing could make life even harder for tenants
A Labor win at the Federal Election on 2 July could have further implications for property investors beyond taxation arrangements on property
As the state of the Australian property market continues to play an important role in the ongoing Federal Election campaign, a new report provides a comprehensive report into what Australian real estate investors really look like
An increase in auction volumes has likely resulted in a rise in the national clearance rate as the nation's auction market looks to keep its strength through winter
Australia may realise the full scope of issues caused by property spruikers until close to generation of people are unable to support themselves in retirement
It’s been the nation’s busiest auction market for quite some time and activity in Melbourne is predicted to keep up its record setting pace
As competition between lenders intensifies, one non-major has eased up on investors with an interest rate cut and other changes
It has breathed life into areas of south east Queensland, but a post-Commonwealth Games slowdown has been predicted to bring the current growth cycle in the Sunshine State to a grinding halt
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