With a minimum investment as low as $500, prospective investors can purchase shares in a new crowd-funded property portfolio that will pay dividends and benefit from capital growth over the long-term
Potential buyers from Hong Kong are reaching out to local migration agents in the hopes of securing Australian residency before moving here
Stockland has posted a massive drop in annual net profit, hurt by tighter consumer spending and lower sales
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The best suburbs in the country outpaced the market’s downturn, with Mount Pleasant taking the number-one spot
The most expensive properties in Sydney and Melbourne fell sharply in the downturn, but the top end of the market is now leading the recovery
The capital city will offer reduced infrastructure fees for developers to build homes catering to older residents and people with disabilities
The capital city outpaces Sydney as the centre of industrial leasing as the supply pipeline shrinks, new research says
The number of properties currently listed is at its lowest since 2010, falling 22% from the same time last year
ME Bank lowers its serviceability rate to 5.25% following APRA’s guideline revisions
National housing values remained essentially flat in July, with five of eight capitals recording slight price growth, CoreLogic reports
Fifty-four percent of suburbs in the capital city experienced an increase in leasing activity in July, with five suburbs seeing triple-digit growth
Market sentiment in the Sydney apartment market somewhat improved, but conditions may remain subdued for some time
Knowing which costs are immediately claimable from a tax perspective, and which ones are not, can make all the difference when preparing your reno budget.
The property downturn in Sydney and Melbourne is set to end, while their regional areas are already rising, new research suggests
One of the country’s biggest developers, Ralan, has collapsed, owing around $500m to creditors including Westpac
The commercial market’s decline has begun, with investment sentiment remaining “close to zero” for the third consecutive quarter, according to a new survey
Weak building approvals will continue to weigh on the economy and underline the need for strong policy solutions, UDIA says
Borrowers have turned away from the Big Four banks, preferring small lenders with competitive rates, new data shows
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