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The catchment zones for one capital city's most sought after public secondary schools are boosting some house prices by hundreds of thousands of dollars
Despite some improvement, Australia’s auction market looks to have returned another national clearance rate below 70%
Australia's self-managed superannuation fund advice sector is to be overhauled, with strict new licensing requirements set to come into force this week
Australia has experienced an annual fall in both the number and value of residential properties sold, however the country's regional markets continue to show promise
Non-major lenders continue to ease up on investors, this time with a reduction in their fixed rate offerings
The regulator believes there are still real estate lending practices that are putting the stability of Australia's banking system at risk
There are signs some of the areas that have suffered the most since the end of Australia’s resources boom have hit the bottom of their cycle, but will investors take notice and not chase the easy dollar in the future?
Despite an increase in properties to choose from in recent years, the majority of Australian investors are still targeting one sector of housing
Australia’s auction market looks set to finish the first six months of the year on a positive note with another strong week of activity, but will the post-election winter period see it fall away?
Recent changes to lending policies and taxation arrangements are set to contribute to a significant cooling in house price growth across Australia in coming months
Low-income households in Australia are paying up to 85% of their income on rent, reinforcing calls for policy reform to address rental and housing affordability
Moves to ease the impact of stamp duty on buyers of new apartments could see another Australian market hit by oversupply
Property prices would likely suffer under Labor's plans for negative gearing according to a new report from SQM Research, however the Reserve Bank may hold the key as to how far prices fall
Australia’s consumer protection laws should be strengthened to help prevent people from making potentially disastrous decisions when buying a property
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