While clearance rates ticked upward, auction volumes trended lower year-on-year
If effective, these reforms could be a model for other states
A Sydney unit topped the auctions this weekend.
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The RBA has announced its decision on Australia's official cash rate after today's board meeting
With the traditional spring selling season officially here, stylist Justine Steadman offers 10 tips on how to make your home stand out.
Property marketers have been converting Gen Y’s love for virtual reality and technology into tangible sales in the property market.
Auction clearance rates should not be the sole barometer for overall market conditions, warns Douglas Driscoll, CEO, Starr Partners.
Melbourne’s Epping precinct has been hailed as one of the country’s top five ‘cheapie’ property markets.
Despite an overall decline in nationwide home sales, the demand for new homes in the fringes of the country’s major cities still remains strong.
A real estate group from the United Kingdom, Purplebricks, has launched into Australia with a disruptive new pricing model that offers fixed commission fees.
Web portal Rent.com.au has joined forces with Airbnb, partnering to encourage renters to ‘try before you buy’ by test driving a new neighborhood before signing a rental lease.
House prices in Sydney and Melbourne have grown by as much as 1,400% and 1,600% respectively over the last 20 years, according to new analysis done by News Corp Australia.
Thanks to New South Wales’ rising economy, demand for homes continue to boom in Sydney.
New home sales have fallen to a two-year low in July, with figures down almost 10%.
The apparent willingness of Federal Reserve officials to increase U.S. interest rates this year means the RBA may hold off on future rate moves
Nearly one in five Australian households are under mortgage stress, with more than one in 10 considered to be at 'extreme risk' according to research released last week
Many consumers are unable to tell the difference between good and bad when it comes to even the most simple advice, a new study has revealed.
The Federal Opposition has been accused of not respecting the will of the Australian people after calling on the Government to adopt its negative gearing plans
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