New analysis makes it clear that the biggest tax shelter goes to owner-occupiers, not investors
The rationing of credit and the lifting of mortgage rates are being blamed for the slowdown
Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
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Borrowers warned to be on the look out for interest rate decisions lenders may make independently of the RBA
A global credit card giant believes a recent downturn in expenditure from Australians on household goods is a prime indicator of what will happen to the country’s real estate market in 2016
It’s been a market that has seen more than its fair share of struggles in recent years, but one real estate franchise is predicting somewhat of a revival for Darwin in 2016
One major Australian residential developer believes space and affordability constraints will lead to a rise in the popularity of townhouses in Australian cities
The appetite of Australian based Chinese buyers looking to break into the real estate market looks to be changing, with new figures suggesting their focus is shifting off the type of property they have traditionally targeted
The slow growth of incomes, a transitioning national economy and increased housing supply are set to lead to a slowdown in capital growth across Australian real estate in 2016 according new research
The possibility of changes to negative gearing under a Coalition government looks likely to killed-off by political infighting
The national auction market has continued its steady build up as the year unfolds, with figures from CoreLogic RP Data revealing that just under 2,500 homes will go under the hammer this week.
In the second part our series of head-to-head interviews with some of Australia's leading property investing experts, YIP TV recently caught up with Todd Hunter
As lending protocols tighten and home loan product offerings increase, borrowers with a poor understanding of home loan features are at risk of costing themselves money and financial flexibility
It’s an area that has seen little in the way of good news in recent times, but the December 2015 quarter was one of resiliency for the majority of rental markets in regional Western Australia
The value of residential construction increased by more than 10% during the 12 months to December 2015
Using platforms like Airbnb could have serious tax implications for investors and home owners, both now and well into the future
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s announcement that his government will not touch the current capital gains tax arrangements for housing in Australia gives "certainty" to investors
Allowing the use of email to issue notices in residential tenancy agreements will benefit all involved parties according to one industry body
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