The planned changes on negative gearing will hurt middle-income earners, according to an analysis by an industry professional
CoreLogic reports that some states are experiencing a drop in suburbs whose median is $1 million or higher
Recent data showed that Perth buyers are inclined to look for properties close to top amenities
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The royal commission's recommendation to end trail commissions for mortgage brokers was not welcomed by some industry players
Despite the bleak condition of the overall property market, specific areas within Melbourne are still able to contribute to the growth of the city
A new report reveals what the median house is forecast to be in 25 years for our capital cities - and the figures are eye-watering
Melbourne homeowners are unaffected by the discouraging reports and gloomy predictions for the city's property market
The Big Four banks are set to undergo public scrutiny to hold them accountable before the parliament
Auction volumes were down, while preliminary clearance rates slightly tracked upwards at the start of 2019
An industry group found the current condition of New South Wales apartment approvals a pressing issue
The long-awaited report from the banking Royal Commission has resulted in the government adopting 76 recommendations, which are set to shake up the finance and banking industry
The final report from the banking Royal Commission, which painted an industry that prioritised money over clients' welfare, includes recommendations to increase penalties for lawbreakers and boost powers for regulators
Things are looking up this year for the South Australia housing market, with median home values tracking upwards
The central bank decided to keep the rate unchanged on the back of sluggish inflation, stubborn wages growth, and a slowing economy
New data show that new home approvals continued to fall in December, with approvals for new apartments/units at rock-bottom level
The central bank can manage to retain the benchmark rate since the declining unemployment rate is allowing the economy to absorb a property slump
An upcoming conference is expected to inspire women professionals to make meaningful changes in the property industry
The final report, to be released tonight, may trigger consequences that will be "significant", with the Prime Minister cautioning that "the oil that lubricates our financial system, which is access to credit, [must] continue to flow"
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