Analysts have been predicting big results for the Brisbane property market for a few years now, but the poor jobs market hasn’t supported their rampant optimism
Landlords may have to acquire a license and pay a levy to cover the costs of providing additional security and other costs
The levy would deter speculative holding and bring under-utilised properties to the market
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While Brisbane is seen by many as the next Australian capital city to invest in, there may be another market that people are overlooking at their own peril.
A major bank has announced it plans to aggressively pursue mortgage growth, with a particular emphasis on NSW. But one broker says the bank will have to sweeten its offering if it wants to compete.
RBA deputy governor warns that low interest rates aren't a permanent fixture
Investors are eyeing a new segment of the property market, leading one lender to change loan arrangements
Oversupply and slow population growth will combine to bring prices down
A major Queensland based real estate agency is looking to attract even more interstate investors to the state's south east corner
Last week's national clearance rate currently sits higher than the previous week's result, despite a marked increase in auction volumes
Investors may be wary of the property market's future, as figures show an increase in lending to owner occupiers
Will lending changes keep Sydney and Melbourne safe from oversupply?
Auction volumes this week have more than tripled compared to last week's limited offering
Major real estate markets show signs of a slowdown, but one analyst says more data is needed to complete the picture
Federal court ruling results in liquidators appointed to eight companies and prevents five land banking schemes from being promoted
New report shows Sydney tenants are facing record rents, but is there good news for renters in other cities?
Market conditions in one capital city are encouraging long-term tenants to make the switch to being home owners
While a reduction in the official cash rate has been predicted for November, it's unlikely to be of any benefit to those with a mortgage
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