Voice-activated apps will help buyers searching for homes, according to CoreLogic’s chief technology officer
Victoria has emerged as the property industry with the strongest outlook, according to the latest ANZ/Property Council Survey
Property prices are set to slow, stagnate, and in some suburbs, go backwards in 2018. So where should you invest for the best results this year?
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Congratulations to Evan McLennan, for winning $100 cash through Your Investment Property magazine’s ‘Biggest property investment mistakes’ survey last month. McLennan’s response is only one of several disaster stories which will be published in the November 2015 issue of Your Investment Property magazine, on sale 1st October 2015.
All eyes might be on the RBA, not Flemington come the the first Tuesday of November
Approvals grow to levels never seen before, but they're not spread evenly across all property types
Lenders set to increase incentives for owner-occupiers looking to take out or refinance a home loan
Capital growth driven by increased values in three capital cities
Investment lending almost at the regulator's 10% benchmark
Property markets and lending figures key factors in RBA cash rate decision
Only one out of 32 surveyed experts predicts movement in the cash rate after today's RBA board meeting
Figures show Perth's 10 most affordable suburbs
Signs point to no growth in the level of dwelling construction over 2015/16
It may not happen today, but one analyst predicts the cash rate will drop below 2% sooner rather than later
Auction market ends winter on an up and down note
The most popular suburbs for shared accommodation boast more than 10 people looking for every one room that is on offer
Changes follow concerns about how interest-only serviceability is assessed
ASIC cancel's credit licence of Queensland lender over operational concerns
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