With banks increasing their interest rates, access to cheap money will be more difficult for investors this year
Driven by growth in Sydney and Melbourne, the number of suburbs with a median property value of over $1m has skyrocketed
Misconceptions about apartments being built in the capital are creating confusion around what is actually happening
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.
A major mortgage franchise has reported its best cash result ever
The Queensland economy is ready to move on from its mining days and ride the “next wave”: gas, tourism, agribusiness, international education and wealth management.
Consumers are sceptical about the transparency of banks, with a recent consumer survey revealing that 84% of respondents think banks should have to disclose who owns them in any advertising
The bias towards home loan lending over commercial lending by our banks could be hurting the Australian economy.
The number of rental vacancies nationally increased in the year to July, with rental asking prices lifting only very slightly in the same period
A new survey shows Aussie property investors are becoming savvier