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
The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania’s (REIT’s) Tony Collidge has said that Tasmania is “well and truly” becoming a seller’s market, following two strong quarters, according to The Mercury.
Annual growth in the value of outstanding mortgages hit a two year low over the June quarter according to analysis of APRA data
The next two to three months are set to give true indication of the strength of the Australian housing market as the rate of price growth across the capital cities continues to cool
Approvals for new residential housing in New South Wales has hit an all-time high, according to official figures
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
As the start of the spring selling season steadily approaches, it appears many investors may be putting themselves at risk of missing out on opportunities