Is there a bubble in Sydney and Melbourne? Will prices rise in Brisbane? We ask three analysts for their opinions
Sellers who list their property for auction are experiencing significantly faster selling times, according to REIWA
While conditions remain soft, there are some positive indications the market is finally beginning to settle
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While rental growth in Melbourne is hardly racing along, there has been some good news for investors in regional areas of Victoria
While technology could soon change the way people inspect properties, there are still some investment fundamentals that can't be replaced
Off the plan developers now face a tough task to enact sunset clauses
It's only recently completed, but property values are already on the up in one regional area after a major infrastructure upgrade
A property development group has released new research that claims to identify Sydney’s most liveable suburbs.
While there has been plenty of focus on the number of residential developments coming online across the country, new figures have revealed one part of the commercial sector is set for a supply boom
Despite a slight week-on-week dip, auction volumes are set to remain at elevated levels this week
The pushback against foreign ownership of Australian real estate has continued, with the sale of Australia’s largest parcel of privately owned land to a Chinese investment group blocked
The campaign, launched in a state that is gaining investment popularity, is part of a wider push to improve the standards of real estate professionals
The head of a major mortgage broking network believes the RBA lost one of the main reasons it has used to keep the cash rate on hold, but questions remain if any reduction would benefit borrowers
October saw no change in the national vacancy rate, despite continual suffering for two capital cities
Seven residential properties have been ordered to be put on the market by Treasurer Scott Morrison, but the owners will avoid prosecution
Will a new train line from Chatswood to Sydenham bring pain or gain for property owners?
ASIC announces a review into the conduct of brokers regarding interest-only loans, but could any problems be solved by a bit of common sense?
A city identified by the RBA as being at risk of oversupply will see almost 20,000 new apartments built from 2016-2018, according to a new report
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