The majority of borrowers would struggle with even very minor rate rises with new research revealing real risk in the market
The surge in capital city property prices may be driven by the attitudes of more affluent residents to inner city development
The third quarter of 2014 showed an improvement in housing affordability nationally
Home building approvals have bounced back in October following Septembers disappointing result
Abolishing negative gearing could see the cost of renting increase by 50% or more, according to a national accounting and wealth advisory group
Demand for fixed rate home loans has hit a nine month high in November as interest rates are widely expected to start increasing next year
Home values across Australia’s capital cities have dropped 0.3% in November, suggesting that the heated housing market may be losing its steam
Ninety-two percent of economists and industry experts are expecting the cash rate to increase next year, but will it slow property prices?