Australian economists have called for a more holistic approach to tackling the country's housing affordability problem
Tighter capital controls and foreign lending criteria have not deterred Chinese nationals keen on Australian property
The NSW government touts the record number as proof of its proactive approach to affordability
New research has revealed the staggering numbers behind foreign buyers in Australia’s two most populated states
Banks have turned to wholesale funding to subsidise the deep cuts made on interest rates for fixed home loans
A leading mortgage insurer has thanked the strength of the housing market over the last 12 months for their strong half yearly result to June 2014.
An increase in the sale of new homes for the June 2014 quarter is promising news for the economy.
A number of non-majors have joined the fixed-rate frenzy, slashing fixed home loan rates to under 5%.
The Property Council of Australia has called for stamp duty to be abolished to encourage labour movement
The Brisbane seaside suburb of Wynnum has been named as one of Australia’s best rental suburbs for capital growth and solid rental yields