According to the HIA-CoreLogic Residential Land Report for the June 2016 quarter, residential land prices in Australia have climbed to another all-time high
Asset test changes, which were announced in the 2015 Federal Budget, adjusts the amount retirees can hold in assets (including investment properties)
Despite measures to cool the property market, the latest findings from a comparison website revealed that investor borrowing only slid by a mere 2% in the September quarter.
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A new report claims 2015 will see significant growth in the new home building sector, particularly in the early months.
The slowdown in the mining and construction sector is pointing to a drop in sales for the December quarter in Western Australia.
A top researcher is warning property investors to be “a little bit cautious” when looking to invest in Melbourne or Brisbane.
Whether you believe there’s an oversupply of housing in Australia or not, there’s no denying the fact that some areas are seeing a large increase in supply coming into the market.
The rate of building approvals has declined slightly in December, after reaching its highest ever monthly level during November, according to official figures.
Investors in Queensland look to be benefitting from improved selling conditions and are placing their investment properties on the market.
This is not a trick question. If you’re looking to make a fortune this year, your best bet would be to seek out opportunities in these two markets, according to CoreLogic RP Data.
Finding the right home loan is low on the priority list for Australian home buyers, according to a new survey
Landlords in many parts of Australia continue to reap strong returns, as healthy rental demand and low supply push rents up to a whole new level, according to Real Estate Investar.
If you’re not earning a six-figure income, you’re unlikely to afford Sydney’s run away home prices. That’s the harsh reality facing many potential homebuyers in the city, as home prices continue to surge.
Mortgage delinquency rates have dropped across the country, but some areas are still finding it tough.
While investors in Sydney are basking in the afterglow of flourishing property values, things are not so rosy for investors in Brisbane’s unit market.
The softening Australian Dollar and moderating property price growth will likely leave the cash rate on hold, according to LJ Hooker CEO, Grant Harrod. But not everyone is convinced.
Residential building construction in New South Wales is expected to reach a seven-year high in 2015.
As talk of a looming property market downturn continues to gather pace, investors are once again seeking investment safe havens that will help them ride out the uncertainties.
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