A larger number of detached houses are being approved in Victoria compared with NSW
Voice-activated apps will help buyers searching for homes, according to CoreLogic’s chief technology officer
Victoria has emerged as the property industry with the strongest outlook, according to the latest ANZ/Property Council Survey
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Larger inner Melbourne apartments have produced better rental growth than smaller apartments over the last five years.
The Federal Budget didn't turn out to be the horror story that many professionals in the real estate industry had feared, says Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) president David Airey, but it is something of a mixed bag.
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As the Federal Budget announcement draws ever nearer, Laing+Simmons have added their voice to the list of industry insiders calling for the Government to leave negative gearing alone.
Mortgage industry heavyweights have been quick to praise the Senate Economic References Committee's call for a rethink on the banning of exit fees.
Once you know what to look for, it's relatively easy to spot sneaky real estate ploys that are designed to entice you into buying a lame duck.
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When you apply for a home loan, the bank will value the property to determine the market value, right? Wrong!
Building approvals rose by 9.1% during the month of March, according to the latest figures from the ABS, but were down 8.9% on the previous quarter.
March saw a slight lift in the nationwide number of new home sales, according to the latest HIA - JELD-WEN New Home Sales Report.
A major downturn in China or a second financial crisis during the current property market slowdown could see Australian property values fall by 40%.
Lobby group Urban Taskforce Australia has called on the Federal Government's impending budget to support new infrastructure without bringing in punitive new property taxes.
Brisbane and Perth have both seen price falls of more than 3% over the last year, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Property values across the nation's capital cities saw a flat month in March, according to recently released RP Data-Rismark Home Value Index results.
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