Savvy investors can weather the storms by adapting to changes in consumer demand and market forces
The oversupply would dampen prices and rental yields, experts say
The 2016 census indicated that at most, there would be 70,000 dwellings which could fall into the intentionally vacant category which is less than one per cent of all dwellings in Australia.
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State government will hold inquiry into platforms such as Stayz and Airbnb, which could bring about new legislation
Global credit rating agency predicts a muted year for house price growth
More data has pointed to a resurgence in the popularity of fixed rate home loans, a trend that is predicted to continue during 2016.
While the residential property industry may soften, it is still expected to be an economic heavy lifter during 2016
Supply levels and vacancy rates are proving to have a varied effect on rents across Australia's capital cities,including one which saw weekly rental prices drop for the first time in more than three years
Fluctuating rents, poor capital growth and a range of associated costs might just make buying that slice of beach-side paradise a very costly mistake
While 2015 may have been a year of upheaval in Australian real estate thanks to regulatory changes and some markets soaring while others lagged, it appears the dream of property ownership is still alive and well across the country
The head of a prominent real estate research firm believes residential listing statistics for 2015 show that the Melbourne property market is one that is still gaining strength
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Considered a no-go zone by many in recent times, one Australian capital city is now appearing on the radar of "astute investors"
A Western Australia based real estate agency has fallen on the wrong side of the state’s Department of Commerce in relation to advertisements it made about properties for sale
The mortgage broking firm behind Australia’s first Chinese language mortgage comparison website is banking on continued interest in Australian real estate from foreign investors, as it prepares to list on the Australian Stock Exchange
Lending to investors fell over December quarter, but could fixed rate loans be making a comeback?
For first time and experienced investors alike, the New Year period can be a great time to make sure you're heading in the right direction
There's more bad news for landlords as well, with little sign that the rate of rental growth will pick up any time soon
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