Rather than the dreaded crash, KPMG believes house prices will fall gradually
Many regional property markets are feeling the flow-on effects of growth in the capital cities
Affordable holiday homes are up for grabs in Western Australia’s often overlooked South West
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A Victorian couple have been committed to stand trial on charges of fraud relating to property deals in Australia and the United States.
The lead up to Christmas has seen auction volumes take a tumble after five straight weeks of more than 3,000 being scheduled
Calls for stamp duty to be abolished after NSW government announces $800 million windfall, but one tax expert believes it's here to stay
Disagreement surrounds Sydney’s residential vacancy rate, with two organisations releasing differing figures on how many dwellings are looking for tenants.
Will it be interest rates or the Aussie dollar that feels the effect from the first United States rate rise in seven years?
An inner south Sydney suburb is set to benefit from an injection of government spending, after the suburb was chosen as the preferred location for a Sydney Metro station.
Oversupply fears for the apartment markets in two major cities have again reared their head, with a major bank claiming it could be years before the flood of supply is absorbed
A new record high for Brisbane’s LGA median house price shows the growing level of confidence in south east Queensland’s real estate market according to the state's peak real estate body
Despite remaining unchanged since May, the Reserve Bank of Australia has not ruled out further cuts to the official cash interest rate
The founder of Australia’s biggest home building company believes real estate remains a prime investment opportunity when compared to other avenues, such as the share market.
Despite a slight rise in the number of vacancies, Australia’s national vacancy rate remained steady over November
As the reverberations of changing market conditions and intervention from regulators are continued to be felt one industry body has issued investors with some timely tips to help them navigate 2016
No capital city is predicted to see double-digit price growth in 2016
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
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