A member of REINSW has warned property managers to be on their guard against email fraud after falling victim to one such scam
With Donald Trump scheduled to take office on Jan. 20, the United States and the rest of the world are about to take a plunge into the unknown
The number of apartments being sold off-the-plan in many major cities exceeds demand. This is dangerous for property investors because it would force prices down
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Housing affordability declined across more than half of the country over the September quarter, with a nearly a third of the median family income now required to meet an average home loan repayment
A senior Australian Securities & Investment Commission official has poured cold water over speculation over the idea of credit card and bank statements being examined in mortgage applications
A major regional centre is beginning to attract an increasing amount of attention from investors, according to a leading buyers’ agency
Only two Australian cities managed rental growth of 2% or more over the past 12 months
New figures from the Housing Industry Association have shown the sale of new homes in Australia remains strong, despite still siting below peak levels.
Volumes remain elevated after last week's year-to-date high
A senior figure at an online platform that markets Australian real estate to Chinese buyers believes stricter laws covering foreign investors which came into force this week won’t deter overseas buyers
In less than 18 months, two homeowners have doubled their investment after selling their two properties as one
It appears one area of Australia is drawing the attention of more than just those in residential real estate
Downsizing may be one way to address housing affordability and supply issues, but it's likely to take more than financial incentives to get people to sell the family home
Residential dwelling approvals have recorded their first back-to-back monthly increases since the beginning of 2015, according to analysis released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics
Listings register a national decline during November, with mixed results across the capital cities
Bond payments are set to be modernised in one state, but will that improve transparency or create security concerns?
November was a tough month for real estate in Australia, with new research showing dwelling values went backward in more than half of the nation’s capital city markets.
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Good guide for those, who decide to lease the property by themselves.