REIQ warns that the proposed bill will be the last straw for landlords, majority of whom are mum-and-dad investors.
Victoria’s regional markets recorded their highest annual price growth for houses and units in over a decade.
Regulators should be keeping a close watch on investor activity in the near term, Westpac economists say.
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Both its sales and rental markets are facing tight conditions as demand continues to increase
It is also the tightest rental market conditions among all capital cities
Apartment rents in Brisbane are now more expensive than in Melbourne
Competition will remain competitive amongst tenants as vacancy level in the city remains low
This city is less exposed to overseas migration and less vulnerable to rental demand disruptions
A different trend emerged during the last month of 2020
Renovation works have contributed to the significant price gains, especially in inner Melbourne
The exodus to regional rental markets appears to be slowing down, an expert says
First-home buyers and investors are expected to remain active this year
The territory’s government extends the scheme after a surge of applications at the end of 2020
Buyers should act fast before prices start shooting up again, a market watcher says
Increased activity was not confined in big regional areas but also in smaller towns
The city ended 2020 with unexpected gains in dwelling prices
The city has been relatively insulated from the impacts of COVID-19 on house prices
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