The rising cost of housing in the capital cities is eroding business confidence and consumer spending in these areas
Expect growth and healthy returns despite potential setbacks and market uncertainties
Additional taxes might discourage foreign investment in the state
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There's a growing gulf in the median price difference between houses and units
A subsidiary of one of Australia’s biggest banks will require investors to stump up more of their own money when applying for finance to buy properties
Underquoting could be a thing of the past in New South Wales with new industry guidelines recently released by the state’s Department of Fair Trading
The strong property markets of Australia’s capital cities aren’t being replicated across all regional centres according to new data
One of Australia’s leading real estate networks has given investors instant access to detailed reports thanks to a new smartphone app
A Point Piper residence has set a new price record for a non-waterfront house in Sydney
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Planning departments in the New South Wales and Victorian State Governments are hoping to clarify design requirements for apartments in the two states
ASIC has expressed concerns over rising house prices causing a property bubble, just as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand announced new restrictions on lending to investors in Auckland
Melbourne accounted for nearly a third of Australia’s greenfield sales during the March quarter, with lot sales up 14% from the previous quarter
Although current levels of home building activity are soaring, there is unrealised demand for detached housing because of barriers to supply
The Western Australian State Government has been accused of creating an imbalance within the state’s housing market with changes to the First Home Owners Grant
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Things are happening on the Gold Coast that are leading some pundits to predict it’s set for strong growth. But is it as strong as it looks?
The Abbott Government's second budget will benefit many people involved with property, according to experts.
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