The Urban Taskforce says the next premier of New South Wales should continue to push for growth in infrastructure, which was the hallmark of Baird’s term
The rise in the number of Aussies obtaining their first mortgage later in life means that more people would be left paying off a mortgage after retirement
Fewer property portfolios containing Australia’s industrial and logistics sector are expected to hit the market this year—which will only intensify competition among buyers
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More than $24 million was invested, yet there are claims less than $2 million was spent on the actual development
Forget mud-brick walls and a thatched roof. Environmentally friendly homes are likely to be more normal than you think
With the mercury set to soar, could it be a good property manager that saves you from disaster?
The head of a peak mortgage broking body says there are concerns about the accuracy of results from electronic valuation systems
Preliminary figures point to a slight strengthening in the national clearance rate as one city marks seven straight weeks below 70%
Fewer councils could come with many benefits for the Sydney property market, according to one property expert
The construction of apartments in one capital city will likely continue at a similar level to recent years, according to a new report
Non-major will again accept investment loan applications for residential property after pulling out of the market in July, but will it be welcomed back by investors?
One state could soon become the nation's first to have a single, state-wide planning scheme
Commercial sales through the 2015 calendar year have dipped compared to last year, but are still well above the 10-year average
Rent growth continued during October despite the fact that four out of the eight capital city markets saw their rents drop
House, unit and land prices all struggled in the three months to the end of September
Auction volumes rise to more than 3,300 just a week after one capital city saw its clearance rate fall to the lowest level in more than two years
Recent analysis shows slow growth and subdued sales in the capital city, but is that the true story?
The majority of respondents to a new survey said they had a positive experience with a real estate agent, but does that all come down to sale price?
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Good guide for those, who decide to lease the property by themselves.