The number one top performing suburb for consistent capital growth in Australia has been revealed – and it’s not in Sydney.
The policy aims to limit or ban new housing developments on the fringes of cities
Government policy change was recognised as a key source of risk, according to a new AHURI report
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Ditching commissions in favour of a fee-for-service model in the mortgage broking industry will erode choice and hit borrowers with higher costs, one industry pundit has warned.
Inner city suburbs in one capital city have been labelled “no-go zones” as apartment sales and prices begin to fall
Australia's banks still haven't fully come to terms with the impact of APRA's intervention, meaning borrowers shouldn't expect future RBA rate cuts to be passed on
Australia’s apartment sector may soon hit a bumpy period, but the wider property market is not at any real risk of a widespread housing bubble, according to one of the mortgage industry’s biggest names
Conditions in Perth remain in favour of buyers, with Western Australia’s peak real estate body believing the city is a prime market for first home buyers
Donald Trump’s name has been a household word for years – but the presidential election has increased that name recognition even more. The thing is, that recognition may be hurting his brand, not helping it
The Reserve Bank of Australia’s May interest rate cut looks to have pumped air into Australia’s investment market, with figures showing investment lending jumped during June
Australia’s central bank will cut interest rates to 1% within a year to combat weak inflation and rising unemployment, according to NAB's chief economist
Gen X and Gen Y have it tougher financially than their parents when it comes to achieving key life milestones, including buying their first home
Demand for residential development sites is set increase the instances of neighbouring owners banding together to sell their properties as one
Crowdfunding could soon be an integral method for developers looking to carry out sub-division projects as traditional funding sources become harder to access.
More than half of Australians believe abolishing stamp duty would be the most effective method policy makers could take to assist the Australian housing market according to survey by an online property marketing agency
Landlords, especially those with older units, have been warned that rental conditions are set to favour tenants for some time to come
Set to come into force at the end of November, New South Wales’ new strata laws are set to open up prime development opportunities in Sydney
The Reserve Bank of Australia has issued further warnings around the possible dangers apartment oversupply poses to multiple property markets across the country.
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