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By choosing a highly experienced real estate agent, you can address all the challenges and pitfalls that come with selling your property this summer
Melbourne’s property market shows no signs of slowing down, with the last quarter of 2016 proving to be a boon for various developers
New strata laws in New South Wales make it easier for apartment owners to update or redevelop their ageing unit blocks
According to CoreLogic’s latest Hedonic Home Value Index results, capital city dwelling values rose 0.2% throughout November 2016
The latest auction market preview from CoreLogic indicates there are slightly fewer auctions to take place across the combined capital cities this week
Following years of consultation and review, strata law reforms have finally come into effect in New South Wales
The latest figures from ABS show a marked decline in dwelling approvals in New South Wales, particularly for apartment approvals
Newly built or significantly renovated homes in Queensland need to be compliant with the new smoke alarm legislation by 1 January 2017
As the property boom has locked many young people out of the real estate market, experts advise them to consider other types of investments
REIWA recently lauded the Federal Government’s decision to change Australia’s foreign investment framework
New research from the Property Council of Australia called out Sydney councils for not providing the housing the city’s growing population needs
While most mining towns have experienced a recent stabilisation in sales, median selling prices are generally continuing to trend lower
According to the latest data from CoreLogic, homes have been selling more quickly in Sydney and Melbourne than they have across the other capital cities
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