The 2016 census indicated that at most, there would be 70,000 dwellings which could fall into the intentionally vacant category which is less than one per cent of all dwellings in Australia.
There was a small improvement in the three months to September, according to the Housing Industry Association
The last suburb crossed the half-a-million dollar threshold in June, according to the Domain Group
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Two more non-major lenders have announced interest rate cuts, with one now offering its lowest variable rate ever
Landlords looking to attract or keep a tenant may soon have to consider reducing rents as market conditions swing in favour of renters
Australian households are having to direct a bigger share their monthly income on mortgage repayments according to new research from Moody's
A respected economic commentator has described Australia’s booming apartment market as one of the biggest economic threats currently faced by the country
Another two non-major lenders have followed the Reserve Bank of Australia's lead by cutting their home loan interest rates
Two of Australia’s largest lenders have uncovered mortgages that have been backed by questionable foreign-income documentation, forcing them to stop approving such loans
Despite solid results from the two busiest auction markets, Australia’s national clearance rate looks to have moderated over last week
One state is considering requiring renovators and developers to consult with neighbouring property owners before even submitting a development application
A peak mortgage broker association believes the industry funding model for ASIC confirmed in the Budget this week “makes sense”, but doesn't want to see consumers lumped with the cost
An analysis of dwelling transactions has revealed a slowdown in sales over the past year, with annual sales currently 25% lower than the previous peak
Politicians of all stripes should be focussed on removing stamp duty and improving housing supply if they are serious about addressing housing affordability
Residential property is increasingly becoming a buy and hold proposition for Chinese investors as they identify Australia as their preferred location for offshore investment
Mortgage interest rate cuts have continued following the Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to trim the official cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.75% this week
Demand for new apartments has resulted in new home sales rebounding over march
More than 2,000 homes across Australia will go under the hammer this week as the national auction market looks to break the 70% clearance rate mark for the first time since the end of March
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