A new report by the credit rating business reveals a multi-year trend in which loan delinquency rates continue to rise
According to the HIA-CoreLogic Residential Land Report for the June 2016 quarter, residential land prices in Australia have climbed to another all-time high
Asset test changes, which were announced in the 2015 Federal Budget, adjusts the amount retirees can hold in assets (including investment properties)
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Representatives of some of Australia’s biggest financial institutions and property firms believe two major markets still have some room to run
Compensation will go to three prospective clients after a Western Australian property spruiker admitted to making false and misleading statements
Lobby group accuses one state government of a tax grab as land tax charges increase
Early figures have pointed to last week being an improved one for Australia’s auction market
The September quarter was a strong one for larger houses in one capital city
Buoyed by a decade high in the construction of apartments, research shows Australia's construction industry is still expanding
Figures show one capital city market is still cooling off, but are investors looking to take advantage of that?
Regulators are set to comb through the mortgage books of Australian banks after the reclassification of billions of dollars-worth of home loans
Demand for fixed rate home loans has fallen for four straight months according to new figures, but should borrowers be considering locking in their interest rates?
Results from a quarterly survey have shown many people are still worried about the future of the Australian real estate market
Auction volumes climb above 3,000 again, as the national auction clearance rate records three straight weekly decreases
It's a case of slow and steady improvement for Tasmania's property market, according to the state's peak real estate body
Demand for offshore real estate among Chinese buyers may be waning, but is that good news for Australia's real estate market?
One lobby group believes raising the GST would hurt housing affordability, while one expert believes it could lead to stamp duty being abolished
Changes to planning legislation are designed to make building and renovating in regional areas a quicker process
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