While the combined net worth of Aussie households is now $9.405trn, levels of private debt have also reached record highs
The advent of higher mortgage rates and tighter lending standards at a time of sky-high household debt could lead to unintended consequences, one analyst warns
The opposition’s housing affordability policy would pre-empt the government’s package in the May budget
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While inner south suburbs such as Green Square and Zetland have become Sydney’s apartment hot spots in recent years, a major real estate service firm has claimed developers and investors are now starting to look east.
New research claims half of Australian capital cities favour those looking to sell, rather than buy, property
Mortgages are among the most common causes for record high levels of household debt, but should people be worried about how an interest rate rise could hurt them?
Commercial and residential property markets in Australia will remain strong through 2016 as business confidence increases according to a major commercial real estate agency
National auction clearance rate unlikely to break the 60% barrier
One Aussie city is quickly becoming one of the world’s most sought after locations for prestige real estate, thanks to the interest of foreign buyers
Non-major lender meets commitment to be completely back in the market by year's end
There has been a lot of differing media commentary over the years about Defence Housing Australia (DHA) as an investment option. Some reports have focused on the positive income returns, while others have speculated on limitations of capital gain based on location. This article explores the common misconceptions about DHA property investments.
Property owners have been unfairly targeted by changes to how emergency services in the state are funded
The head of Australia’s peak real estate body believes the nation’s property market is entering a transitional phase as median house price growth slows
Real estate agency predicts people could walk away from deposits next year, as purchases become too risky in 2016
It seems the Australian dream of home ownership is still alive and well, with results from a new survey revealing many people are putting owning their own home well before other life goals.
A new levy placed on property owners in one state could end up saving them money according to the state government.
Vendors will hope for better results this week, after only two markets managed clearance rates of 60% or above last week
$11.5 billion worth of investment loans were written over October, marking six straight monthly decreases
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