The vacancy rate was notably tight in Hobart, which achieved a record low, according to SQM Research
Investors are advised to be extra cautious when examining stock in inner-Brisbane
The Victorian capital is receiving more inquiries from Chinese buyers this year compared to 2016, according to an international property website
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New South Wales’ tight rental market is set to contract even more in coming weeks according to a major real estate franchise
Global real estate advisory firm Savills has released what it claims is world-first research into the total value of the world’s developed real estate assets
The latest inflation figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics are good news for borrowers across the country according to one real estate body
Australia’s national capital could be the next market to see an influx of offshore money into its commercial real estate market
Melbourne’s outer suburbs are growing in popularity with investors and home-owners alike as they hunt for the last pockets of value in the Victorian capital
Non-major lender predicts demand for Aussie property to remain strong in 2016
Housing prices in Australia’s two biggest real estate markets have been ranked among the world’s least affordable according to a recent survey
While the Federal Government is considering making financial advisers hold degree level qualifications before they can operate, property investment professionals should not yet be held to the same standards according to one industry body
While it currently sits at what most would think is an acceptable level, the coming months could see an increase in Sydney’s vacancy rate
Strong demand for Australian office real estate helped push yields down to multi-year lows in numerous capital cities over the December quarter
Moves to privatise the delivery of public housing dwellings in NSW will benefit the state's entire housing market, according to one lobby group
While conditions among Australia’s real estate markets have varied in recent times, it seems the majority of homeowners are confident they have benefited from capital growth over the past 12 months.
Deteriorating economic conditions and tighter regulations could result in a fall in the amount of Chinese money directed at Australian real estate.
The December 2015 quarter was a relatively stable one for asking rents for houses in Australia’s regional centres, as regional unit markets experienced tougher conditions
With the Reserve Bank of Australia set to hold their first board meeting next week, opinion varies on where Australia’s official cash interest rate is headed over the coming year
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