The latest data suggests many Aussies are venturing for the first time into the property market, with the majority buying one property
Investors are now paying higher interest rates than owner-occupiers—and the gap is predicted to become more extreme, according to senior bankers
The growth in interest-only loans to property investors is jeopardizing house prices and the economy, say analysts
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While housing affordability has been everywhere in the news recently and even the subject of a parliamentary inquiry, a new report has highlighted changes in methods young people are using to break into the property market
If you’ve always wanted the views that come with a penthouse, but aren’t a fan of apartment living then a current New York listing might be what you’re looking for
A new report has revealed that four of the top five regions for loss making resales of residential property over the March quarter were in Queensland
Australia’s residential property prices have broken another record, with one out of every 10 homes sold in a capital city over the 12 months to March 2015 fetching more than $1 million according to analysis from CoreLogic RP Data
Renting could become the norm in the Northern Territory according to the results of a report from the Domain Group
While it may not be the wholesale abolition of stamp duty many in the property industry have called for, the South Australian government is set to tinker with stamp duty arrangements in the state
The New South Wales government has been criticised for not making any concessions to stamp duty in the state after budget papers revealed it had received a record amount of revenue from stamp duty during the 2014-15 financial year
Whether you’re an owner occupier or property investor, the head of a national mortgage broking firm believes the time is right to consider restructuring loans
While nobody can agree on whether there is or isn’t a property bubble in Sydney, prices in the harbour city are continuing to rise
A record stamp duty windfall saw the NSW Government record a $2.1 billion surplus for the 2014-15 financial year
While the heads of two major real estate agencies believes there is no housing bubble in Australia, two economists believes Australia is in for a “bloodbath” caused by a sharp correction in prices
The chief executive officers of two major real estate agencies have hit out at the ongoing speculation around conditions of the Sydney property market
Australia is far from being the only country being targeted by Chinese investors, with buyers from the Asian superpower leading the way when it comes to foreign investment in the United States
Australia’s capital cities have had another successful week of auctions, with figures showing a clearance rate above 77% for last week
Illegal sales of Australian residential properties to foreign investors are being inflamed by unlicensed real estate agents overseas
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he cant pay his staff so I wouldnt recommend buying from these guys, run away
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