These suburbs boast solid rental yields, low vacancy rates, and consistent rental growth
Impending changes to super could make holding property in SMSFs less attractive, especially via limited recourse borrowing arrangements
The property investment firm and asset manager will focus on hotels and office real estate in three major cities
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A fine of more than $7,000 for an investor in Western Australia should serve as a reminder to private landlords about the risks they may be taking in self-managing rental properties
In the final part our series of head-to-head interviews with property investing experts, YIP TV recently sat down with Rich Harvey
Australia's renovation activity is predicted to continue to grow in coming years, though it is unlikely to pass the peak it hit in 2011 any time soon
Investors have been warned not to confuse political posturing with fact in the lead up to the Federal Election on 2 June
New South Wales should move away from stamp duty in favour of annual land tax according to a new proposal, as it would encourage people to live in properties that best suit their needs and at the same time provide a more efficient method of generating revenue
The December quarter was a subdued one for price growth across Australia, with one capital city notching up a surprising fall
Infrastructure projects are driving a transformation in North Sydney according to one real estate agency, but does the are have what it takes to be prime target for investors?
Analysis of the 10 fastest selling suburbs in Perth could indicate first home buyers are becoming increasingly active in the market
A massive surge in auction volumes last week was seemingly welcomed by buyers, as early figures point to a strong national clearance rate
Feedback from vendors and buyers is an important tool in increasing transparency in the real estate industry according to an online platform that tracks the performance of real estate agents
The rental market tightened across all areas of Sydney in February according to new figures from the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales
The Property Council of Australia has reignited the debate around possible changes to negative gearing, claiming figures from the Australian Taxation Office show altering the tax break would not result in a windfall of revenue
One of New South Wales’ peak real estate bodies has called for the State Government to improve how the industry is monitored and regulated by the appointment of a Commissioner for Property Services
The Federal Government should take a lead role in policy reform, rather than consider changes to tax breaks such as negative gearing if it is serious about addressing housing supply according to one lobby group
The approaching Easter break has seemingly lit a fire under vendors across Australia, with the country’s auction market set for what is easily its busiest week this year
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