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Allowing the use of email to issue notices in residential tenancy agreements will benefit all involved parties according to one industry body
While investing in a rental property may be a sound way for people to secure their financial futures, one insurance company has warned that landlords won’t always get a great night’s sleep
One of Australia’s major residential developers believes a northern Sydney suburb better known for its office space has the fundamentals in place to become a flourishing residential market
Mortgage refinancing in Australia has hit record levels according to new analysis of consumer data
Opposition to the possibility of upheaval to negative gearing has intensified, with one property lobby group launching a widespread campaign against any changes
Preliminary clearance rates remain solid, despite a a solid rise in volumes
Property lobby group is pleased land taxes in WA will not rise this year, but still want more done to address current "unfair" arrangements
Email may be commonplace method of communication these days, but eviction notices should still be served by registered post according to one tenancy advocacy group.
The solidifying of Sydney’s auction market proves there is still some strength left in the city’s market according to the head of a major real estate franchise
Non-bank lenders could be beneficiary of new regulations put in place by the Chinese government
Despite the continual decline of rental growth and yields, possible changes to negative gearing could see an increase in the popularity of cash flow positive properties among Australian real estate investors
The four charges, including allegedly dealing with $100,000 that was the proceeds of crime, carry a combined jail term of up to 50 years
The sale of Australian property by foreign owners could soon be covered by tougher capital gains tax legislation, however new laws would unlikely apply to the bulk of residential properties sold by foreign investors
Australia’s auction market has kicked up a gear, with figures from CoreLogic RP Data revealing more than 2,000 auctions are set to be held across the country this week.
Australians’ love of getting one over on the tax man could see a rush of people try to enter the market if any plans to alter negative gearing are adopted
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