If purchasers wish to avoid having to pay lenders mortgage insurance, they would have to use more of their cash or equity
You have the right to ask the selling agent or developer as many questions as needed in order to make an informed decision
Properties making the most money for their owners appear to be fairly humble dwellings
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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
One of Australia’s best known on-line property forums, Somersoft, is set to close
Buyers are becoming increasingly confident in commercial property in the Illawarra region according to a report from Ray White Commercial
Revised development guides means councils across New South Wales will not be able to use size as a sole reason to reject proposals for apartment development
Your Investment Property Magazine gets expert opinion of the state of the Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane property markets
Sydney has been revealed as the nation’s most expensive city to rent a room in
Australia’s capital cities will see a combined total of 2,050 auctions this week according to figures from CoreLogic RP Data
A Gold Coast teenager is hoping her entrepreneurial spirit will help raise the almost $50,000 she needs to buy her first property
While a London apartment is on the market for $150 million, a possible New York sale could make that look like loose change
The majority of respondents to a major Australian property survey believe the country’s two biggest residential markets are either in or entering a property bubble
While happy to see housing policy issues are on the radar of Federal politicians, one housing analyst doesn’t believe everything proposed in recent weeks will solve the issue of housing affordability
The number of vacant rental properties in Australia climbed to over 70,000 during May according to figures from SQM Research
Australian households have tripled their average amount of debt in the last 25 years, a new report has revealed
The case for even lower rates is strengthening, after a recent economic index shows that the Australian economy is stalling
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