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.
There was a small improvement in the three months to September, according to the Housing Industry Association
The last suburb crossed the half-a-million dollar threshold in June, according to the Domain Group
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While residential rents may be growing at a snail's pace, one capital city is leading the Asia Pacific when it comes to rental growth for one sector of the market
Three suburbs in one capital city will see tens of thousands of new homes, many of them high rise units, built around the first leg of a major infrastructure project.
Investors looking at overseas property have been reminded to do their research after a spruiker fled the country owing hundreds of thousands of dollars
The transition from spring to summer hasn’t put a halt to the auction selling season, after last week saw more than 3,200 homes across Australia go under the hammer.
Liquidators appointed to investigate after more than $20 million is "siphoned off in shadowy circumstances"
An Australian tech start-up believes they can help the environment and make landlords money at the same time
Fixed rate home loans attracted more attention fromm borrowers over November, with demand bouncing back from the four-year low it reached in October
Housing affordability declined across more than half of the country over the September quarter, with a nearly a third of the median family income now required to meet an average home loan repayment
A senior Australian Securities & Investment Commission official has poured cold water over speculation over the idea of credit card and bank statements being examined in mortgage applications
A major regional centre is beginning to attract an increasing amount of attention from investors, according to a leading buyers’ agency
Only two Australian cities managed rental growth of 2% or more over the past 12 months
New figures from the Housing Industry Association have shown the sale of new homes in Australia remains strong, despite still siting below peak levels.
Volumes remain elevated after last week's year-to-date high
A senior figure at an online platform that markets Australian real estate to Chinese buyers believes stricter laws covering foreign investors which came into force this week won’t deter overseas buyers
In less than 18 months, two homeowners have doubled their investment after selling their two properties as one
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