While the combined net worth of Aussie households is now $9.405trn, levels of private debt have also reached record highs
The advent of higher mortgage rates and tighter lending standards at a time of sky-high household debt could lead to unintended consequences, one analyst warns
The opposition’s housing affordability policy would pre-empt the government’s package in the May budget
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According to new data, the scale of illegal purchases of Australian property by buyers from the Asia-Pacific may be grossly underestimated
While some politicians are passionately advocating for the reform of negative gearing, others are dismissing it
While other states and territories are pulling back on their building activities, the eastern seaboard continues to surge ahead in new housing commitments
Despite Beijing’s stricter money exit clamps, Chinese property investors are expected to arrive in full force this Chinese New Year
Many of Australia’s major cities have made it on the list of Demographia’s least affordable housing markets in the world
With the overall rate of inflation on the rise, many borrowers are in danger of increased mortgage stress
Some say property investors in some of Australia’s biggest cities could reap greater profits by renting out their properties to Airbnb guests – but others recommend proceeding with caution
Most capital cities recorded increases in house rents over the December quarter
A new report highlights Australia’s hot spots for value and growth
After repeated windfalls, it’s time for the government to give back, says John Cunningham
Sydney real estate agents are preparing for an influx of foreign investors as Chinese tourists fly into Australia for Chinese New Year
The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ November 2016 housing finance data showed that over the month, housing finance commitments totalled $33.2 billion
The Residex Predictions Report identifies 109 suburbs and towns nationally that are most likely to deliver better than average growth over the next five to eight years
The Urban Taskforce says the next premier of New South Wales should continue to push for growth in infrastructure, which was the hallmark of Baird’s term
The rise in the number of Aussies obtaining their first mortgage later in life means that more people would be left paying off a mortgage after retirement
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