If you’re an investor looking to purchase a residential property in different towns and cities across Australia, how far can $600,000 take you?
The volume of Chinese investment in Australia was down significantly in H1 2016 with one industry expert saying it's down to a lack of mega-deals
According to the CEO of REIV, the Melbourne housing market has never been better for sellers of houses and apartments
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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
As part of our series of head-to-head interviews with property investing experts, YIP TV recently caught up with Ian Hosking Richards.
Issues surrounding the termination of leases seem to be the popular choice for change as one state starts towards overhauling tenancy laws
Gone are the days when granny flats were a re-purposed shed in the back yard or something thrown up in or week or two
The spring selling season is well underway, with listings up in all capital cities during October
One analyst believes changing conditions in the housing market would have been a major part of the RBA's decision making process
The head of a commercial lender believes investing through an SMSF will become a more popular choice after a recent Federal Government decision
As the level of capital growth experienced across Australia cools, figures have shown that Melbourne was the nation’s best performing capital city during the three months to the end of October
While not unanimous, there is a common sentiment forming among those willing to predict the result of today's RBA board meeting
A record 230,298 dwellings were approved for construction in the 12 months to the end of September
Buyers of off the plan developments in New South Wales will soon have increased protections, with the state government to introduce laws that will make it harder for developers to enact sunset clauses
Australia’s national combined clearance rate looks to have dropped below 65% for the second straight week
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