Is there a bubble in Sydney and Melbourne? Will prices rise in Brisbane? We ask three analysts for their opinions.
Sellers who list their property for auction are experiencing significantly faster selling times, according to REIWA
While conditions remain soft, there are some positive indications the market is finally beginning to settle
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A better sense of financial literacy, in particular a better understanding of the differences between consumer and investment debt would go a long way to helping ease the financial worries of Australians
National residential property listings remained relatively stable during March, with only a slight fall recorded during the month
Conditions in the Australian housing market across the first three months of 2016 are in “stark contrast” to the corresponding period in 2015 according to one of the nation’s leading analysts.
As regulators look for alternatives to commission, brokers and lenders warn consumers could end up paying more for their loans
Additional measures will need to be taken to protect Australian banks from the inevitable shocks they will receive in the future according to the head of the the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Two of the biggest voices in Australia's property and development sectors agree stamp duty should be abolished, but agreeing on a replacement is a little more difficult
Almost three in five Australians believe the next generation will never own their own home, the results of a new survey have shown
Residential building approvals are likely to taper off through 2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced the immediate future of Australia's official cash interest rate following today's board meeting
Australia's leading leading economists and analysts are almost in unison in regards to the decision that will come from today's RBA board meeting
Real estate agents in one state will be required by law to assist property buyers to access discounted building inspection reports
Any debate around taxation measure on property should be rational and rigorous according to one property expert, as an established political party calls for the removal of the CGT discount
The national auction clearance rate remains respectable despite volumes almost tripling last week
Speculation, rather than any real upheaval in the market is most likely responsible for a recent fall in people’s confidence in the Australian housing market
While there are some small signs the direction of Perth’s property market may be turning around, the rental market in some areas of the city is still less than stellar
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