In a new study, the think tank also claims negative gearing is not the main hurdle to first home buyers trying to enter the market
Despite the rise in foreign property approvals, the effect on capital city housing prices remains modest
It’s often touted as the antidote to rising house prices, but a Reserve Bank of Australia official claims that increasing housing supply won’t automatically bring prices down
Figures reveal Melbourne's cheapest one, two and three-bedroom apartments - but are they cheap for a reason?
The major banks are now responsible for almost three quarters of all mortgage lending as they claw back their market share
Australia’s runaway levels of investor lending have peaked, according to new analysis of housing credit data
The market for reverse mortgages in Australia has grown to $3.7 billion, according to a new report, with brokers writing one in three new reverse mortgages
Australia’s auction markets have made a solid start to spring, with more than 2,000 residential auctions scheduled for this week