Stress is being felt across the board and even high-net-worth individuals are feeling the pinch
Overall, the practice accounts for a small percentage of sales nationwide, according to a new report from CoreLogic
Hotels and office assets are in particularly high demand, according to the latest ANZ/Property Council Survey
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Growth will continue over the next year, with increases becoming more balanced across capital cities, according to a new report.
The Reserve Bank is likely to start increasing the cash rate mid next year, which will see interest rates continue to rise for the next three years, according to the latest Reserve Bank survey.
Depending on where you own your investment properties, it could be the ideal time to sell. Your Investment Property reveals the suburbs where buyers are flocking.
If you’re looking to cash in on distressed properties, it may be worth your while keeping an eye on areas where residents are at high risk of credit default.
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Sectors around WA are starting to feel the effects of the slowdown in the resources boom and the Perth property market is no exception.
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I know. This is not exactly what you want to hear, especially if you’ve been saving and scraping during the past year. It’s also not something you’d expect to hear from a property advocate like myself.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is set to front a Senate committee this Thursday to discuss the possibility of enforcing stricter lending rules in an attempt to keep the property market under control
Unwanted guests can do significant damage to unoccupied properties, costing landlords lots of money, time and effort. Here are four tips to keep them at bay.
The heat is on for property investors as the Reserve Bank of Australia warns about growing speculative activity in the sector.
New research claims restricting access to negative gearing for residential property would reduce investment in housing, hinder housing affordability and increase the cost of renting.
Tradition dictates that the property market tends to step up a few notches in Spring, with some suburbs in the capital cities set to really appeal to buyers.
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