APRA has proposed altering its guideline for ADIs, which currently suggests they assess borrowers using a minimum interest rate of 7%
However, the two capitals will benefit from a more stable environment, especially now that the federal election and banking royal commission are over
Northern Territory's capital posted an increase in median house price, prompting some Aussies to relocate in the area
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Minutes from the Reserve bank’s April meeting have economists tipping rate cuts on the way
The Hobart City Deal is set to open numerous opportunities for businesses located not only in the city but throughout Tasmania
New report revealed that residential vacancy rates across most of New South Wales’ capital increased last month
Sydney and Melbourne are facing a shortage of key workers due to affordability issues in the capitals
The city’s leasing volumes climbed during the March quarter, resulting in the lowest quarterly vacancy rate in six years
Adelaide market is getting attention from buyers, with new data showing that its suburbs are among the most in-demand in the country
Latest report shows volumes have increased week-on-week, but are still lower than the numbers recorded the same time a year ago
South Australia has held its nation-leading position for the fourth consecutive quarter, and here are five reasons why
Hobart markets are showing rosy results, with the city being a hot spot for property buyers
The bank has revised down its prediction for Sydney property values, noting that price falls since early 2018 had exceeded expectations
Concerned about the impacts of Labor's proposed policy, REIA launches a campaign that gives the property sector a voice on the matter
New data reveals that despite the overall property downturn, Perth median prices held up well during the March quarter
The increased supply of rental stock in the city provides tenants with a lot of property choices and puts landlords in a more competitive environment
Confidence within the property industry has declined for the fourth consecutive quarter, reaching its lowest level since March 2013
“If the property is costing you to hold it via negative gearing and you have little or or negative capital growth, then you may need to question the benefits of holding onto it.”
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