Overall, the practice accounts for a small percentage of sales nationwide, according to a new report from CoreLogic
Hotels and office assets are in particularly high demand, according to the latest ANZ/Property Council Survey
However, Australians are still behind the global trust average, according to new research
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According to the CEO of REIV, the Melbourne housing market has never been better for sellers of houses and apartments
According to the latest report from CoreLogic, capital city auction markets recorded the highest preliminary clearance rate yet in 2016
A new report by the credit rating business reveals a multi-year trend in which loan delinquency rates continue to rise
According to the HIA-CoreLogic Residential Land Report for the June 2016 quarter, residential land prices in Australia have climbed to another all-time high
Asset test changes, which were announced in the 2015 Federal Budget, adjusts the amount retirees can hold in assets (including investment properties)
Despite measures to cool the property market, the latest findings from a comparison website revealed that investor borrowing only slid by a mere 2% in the September quarter.
Theft claims are now becoming a common type of claim for landlord insurance policies, and landlords are urged to protect their property investments from these crimes.
H&R Block’s Mark Chapman offers some valuable tax tips to the first-time investor.
The value of lending to owner-occupiers has fallen over two consecutive months to August 2016, while investor lending rose for the fourth consecutive months.
The apartment oversupply problem may be worse than what the Reserve Bank has stated, with the latter’s data only focusing on inner city apartments.
It has been another strong week for auction results across combined capital cities as the preliminary auction clearance rate last week hit 77.9%, sustaining the above 70% clearance rate since the last week of July.
After reaching a record high in the March 2016 quarter, construction numbers eased slightly over the June 2016 quarter, falling by 3.6% and 2.1%, respectively.
Australian housing demand hits an all-time high with demand for all dwellings jumping 17% over the past 12 months to September this year.
Experienced buyers know that vendors have different motivations for selling aside from money, and that includes privacy and timing.
After surging 56% over the past four years, property growth in Sydney is expected to fizzle and remain flat in the next three years, finally giving an end to Sydney’s housing boom.
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