The ambitious new global fibre network and cloud-based data centre will bring considerable economic and investment opportunities to the city
High affordability, a strengthening labour market, and other factors are tipped to draw buyers back, according to a new report
A former bank executive says the banks’ rate hikes for IO borrowers was motivated more by greed than by a desire to abide by APRA’s new restrictions
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Greater yields and reduced volatility are attracting a greater number of SMSF investors
CoreLogic expects demand from first-home buyers to surge following the introduction of the latest amendments
Higher taxes and fees are expected to raise nearly $2bn over the next four years to help struggling first-home buyers
The package balances supply and demand initiatives, and shows that the government has listened to the people of NSW, says the Property Council of Australia
The looming vacancy tax and the state of Chinese investment flows into Australia are two hurdles investors want to overcome
Up until the last day of June, the purchase of off-the-plan property does not require the normally applicable stamp duty charges
The latest approvals data suggests there are still projects entering the pipeline
The change will apply in Victoria, New South Wales, and Western Australia
An affordable housing tax on privately owned land could drive up prices even further in NSW, warns the Property Council of Australia
Upcoming changes to depreciation could make older building stock less desirable to investors
Investors comprised more than half of the entire market in 2016, but have begun to level off this year
Customers wishing to dodge the bank-levy bullet should consider refinancing their home loans by the end of this month
32% of respondents would be forced to sell their homes or investment properties due to serious illness or job redundancy, according to a new study
The proposed changes would increase compliance responsibilities when intensifying, changing, or carrying out development on land in the state
Twenty-one percent of those aged 18 or over said they expect to remain in their parent’s home until they’re at least 30 years old
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