Rapidly rising property prices in the major cities, record household debt, anemic wages growth, and competitive pressures among the lenders were cited for the potential crackdown
Analysts say borrowers should not discount chances that higher interest rates could burst a bubble created by the Reserve Bank
Demand from foreign investors is strong and property sales in the million-dollar range have reached new heights
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Property and construction lobby groups have warned that changes to negative gearing or the GST would have severe impacts on housing affordability for both buyers and renters.
Nearly a quarter of mortgages written over January were fixed rate loans, with demand predicted to increase
Buyer confidence is on the up in Canberra, as the city's evolution looks to push its property market out of a recent funk
The flow of Chinese money directed at foreign real estate will not be throttled by stock market turmoil in the Asian superpower according to a recent survey
A federal election could be the impetus for the Reserve Bank of Australia to lower the official cash rate this year according to a major mortgage broking network
While Melbourne is starting to stake a claim as the nation’s leading property market, regional areas of Victoria are beginning to show some positive signs as well
New figures show the number of suburbs in Australia with a median price of $1 million or more increased by nearly a third in 2015
2016 starts with a slight fall in listings, as solid falls in two capital cities pull down the national total
Australia’s auction market has started 2016 at a slow pace according to figures from CoreLogic RP Data
Apartment owners in Australia could be the big losers in 2016, with one major bank predicting a nationwide fall in value this year
The head of a major mortgage franchise predicts increased demand for finance from owner-occupiers
Figures released yesterday have revealed just how strong Australia’s recent residential construction boom has been
ASIC alleges more than $850,000 was misappropriated from investors
Legislation covering residential tenancy agreements in New South Wales should be updated to make better use of changing technologies according to one real estate body
The out-of-cycle interest rate hikes levied by Australian lenders during November led to deterioration of housing affordability across a number of real estate markets according to one lobby group.
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