Expect growth and healthy returns despite potential setbacks and market uncertainties
Additional taxes might discourage foreign investment in the state
With houses in Sydney hitting the two million mark, property investors are eyeing more affordable investments in up-and-coming Newcastle
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Official cash rate remains unchanged, but one expert believes reasons are mounting for the Reserve Bank to act
Changing economic conditions at home and abroad will result in an increase in the number of Australian mortgage delinquencies in the coming year according to one credit rating firm.
Sydney is now playing "second fiddle" to its southern counterpart in the capital growth stakes
It’s unlikely to come today, but the Reserve Bank of Australia is getting closer to moving Australia’s official cash interest rate
Those looking to cash in on the recent strong capital growth seen in some real estate markets across Australia should do so sooner rather than later according to one property expert
Positive outlook remains for Sydney property, despite recent price fluctuations
Government claims buyers and sellers of property in Western Australia won't be worse off after the removal of maximum limit on what can be charged by settlement agents and valuers
While the December 2015 quarter bought with it a record fall for Sydney’s median house price, property investment experts have said it was nothing more than a natural part of the cycle the city has been in
A Melbourne-based broker and former CEO of the Australian Institute of Professional Brokers has hit out at regulatory bodies, accusing them of overstepping their authority
New South Wales’ tight rental market is set to contract even more in coming weeks according to a major real estate franchise
Global real estate advisory firm Savills has released what it claims is world-first research into the total value of the world’s developed real estate assets
The latest inflation figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics are good news for borrowers across the country according to one real estate body
Australia’s national capital could be the next market to see an influx of offshore money into its commercial real estate market
Melbourne’s outer suburbs are growing in popularity with investors and home-owners alike as they hunt for the last pockets of value in the Victorian capital
Non-major lender predicts demand for Aussie property to remain strong in 2016
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