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Australia’s housing supply situation is “unequivocally weak”, it has been claimed. What does this mean for property investors?
With more than 15,000 suburbs across the country, determining the best location can be daunting and frustrating, so YIP has done the hard work for you - the 2012 edition of YIP's Top 100 Suburbs Guide.
You shouldn’t expect capital growth rates in the Victorian property market to ramp up anytime soon, if the latest supply and demand figures are anything to go by.
The Queensland government has earmarked property investors as one of its key targets to squeeze for income as part of its efforts to salvage the state’s fiscal woes, says the state’s real estate institute.
The second half of the year could prove to be a pivotal period for the Perth property market, as its declining level of stock on the market puts pressure on both prices and rents, it has been claimed.
Vacancy rates have remained tight, suggesting tenants currently face a gruelling task in finding rental properties across much of Australia.
One of the country’s property investment hotspots has seen rental prices for four bedroom houses increase by a staggering 48% over the past 12 months, it has been claimed. Read on to find out where.
One of the country’s leading real estate agents has outlined the 20 top suburbs that he believes offer the best buying opportunities in today's market. Read on to see all 20.
While homebuilders have praised the NSW government's concessions to first homebuyers, a leading mortgage broker has claimed the proposals could actually hold buyers back and create a slowdown in the state’s property market.
If you’re thinking about buying a property this winter then be brave and don’t let the herd mentality hold you back, says the boss of one of the country’s leading real estate agencies, warning investors that they’ll only look back on this year with regret if they fail to take action.
First homebuyers may have been thin on the ground in Queensland since the removal of the First Home Owners Boost two years ago, but there are signs that the state’s property market is bouncing back as first homebuyers come out from the sidelines.
While debates rage on about the future effects of recent RBA cuts, investors seem to be taking an optimistic view with a recent poll showing the majority plan to invest over the next 12 months.
The NSW Government has scrapped the existing $7,000 grant for first homebuyers in its latest budget, but some buyers are set to receive more than $35,000 in state-backed incentives. Are you in the frame to receive mega first homebuyer freebies?
Real estate agents may get a bad rap amongst property investors, but one NSW agent has gone the extra mile by risking his life to save his mate from a terrifying shark attack.
Men may whinge about how their partner’s shopping addiction scuppers any attempts to raise a house deposit, but are women the real saving superheroes?
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