Sydney and Melbourne were ranked among the top five least affordable housing markets in the world, according to a new report from Demographia International
This was the fourth consecutive year over $30bn was invested in commercial property, according to Cushman and Wakefield
Stress is being felt across the board and even high-net-worth individuals are feeling the pinch
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A leading indicator of economic growth is predicting good news for the second half of 2012.
Spotting the most promising property markets has not always been easy for investors, but thanks to the results of a lengthy research initiative, released yesterday, select suburbs have emerged head and shoulders above the pack for capital and rental growth potential. The top suburb: it’s in Queensland!
Australia’s highest earners no longer reside in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs or within Inner Melbourne, but in Western Australia, according to the results of the latest census.
Your Investment Property is going to the Sydney Home Buyer and Property Investor Show. If you join us, you’ll have the chance to take advantage of some great promos.
The latest research shows demand for inner-city apartments is rising, with Sydney topping the charts in both demand and expense.
Thinking about selling? Don’t put your property on the market until you’ve read these 10 top tips for increasing your sale price.
Are you filing your tax return? Read on for 16 serious mistakes to avoid if you don’t want to trigger an ATO audit.
What do you do if the ATO comes knocking to make sure that all of your property investment deductions are genuine? Your Investment Property offers 10 bite-sized tips to get you through the audit process.
We’ve scoured the city for great areas to invest in property and one suburb has come out tops. Not only is it in the right phase of its property cycle to start buying, yields are high, vacancies are low and median prices are affordable at under $450k. A number of fundamentals also suggest this area is going to boom and the time for investors to sit up and take notice is now.
A snug inner city location, excellent rents, cheap property prices, a booming local economy and house prices set to skyrocket: need we say more?
Rates may not have dropped this month, but that’s no reason not to take action and reduce those investment property loans. We reveal three top tips you might not have considered.
The RBA’s decision to keep the official cash rate on hold this month has been labelled a defining moment by a major real estate group. It believes that the RBA’s cautious move could hit buyer sentiment hard.
There has been quite a debate going on amongst providers of property data over the past week or so regarding the reliability of one key property index. Read on for both sides of the story.
RP Data has revealed a list of the 20 most crowded suburbs in Australia. Are any of your properties squeezed into these areas? Find out now.
Sky high levels of vacancies, high competition among sellers, pitiful rents and an excess amount of stock on the market have combined to make these markets no-go-areas. The scary part of it is that many were once highly popular.
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