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A leading real estate economist believes there is no property bubble in Australia and house price growth may already be slowing
Another Sydney property looks set to deliver a capital windfall to its owners decades after it was last traded
Despite rises in the majority of capital cities, Australia’s weekly asking rents rose by the slowest rates on record over the 12 months to May
After a down week due to the long-weekend, auction volumes have risen by almost 60% this week
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has defended Australia’s current negative gearing policies and has warned that changes to the scheme would result in higher rents
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) has called for government to take a proactive approach to keeping the state’s largest property market sustainable
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New South Wales Premier Mike Baird believes policy makers at all levels of government should take heed of what Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) governor Glenn Stevens has to say about the current state of the property market
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Current talk about the future of negative gearing is unlikely to result in any changes to the system according to one investment expert
A slow March quarter has seen Brisbane’s median house price fall below $600,000, but there is still a positive outlook for the property sector across Queensland
House prices in Sydney are dominating real estate discussions at the moment, but when it comes to luxury homes Australia’s biggest city is not at the top of the price list
Three South Australians hope to make the rental experience easier for all involved with the launch of a new cloud-based property management software platform
More than 20 foreign investors have declared themselves to the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) believing they may have purchased property illegally
An increase over the month of April has seen the amount of money lent in Australia for the construction of new houses or purchase of new property rise to never before seen levels
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