The public blames today’s uncertain economic climate and rising dwelling prices for their trepidation, a new survey has found
While national property prices are still on the way up, the rate of growth is now at its lowest level in more than a year
Growth has eased in all states and territories in a downward trend which is now in its second consecutive quarterly period
Low levels of construction and first home buyer activity may see NSW lose its pole position as Australia’s prime property location
Australia is amidst a severe property bubble and it can’t be ignored, warns Lindsay David, the author of Australia: Boom to Bust. But not everyone is worried.
As the deadline for second round submissions to the Financial Services Inquiry closed this week, small banks bound together in their fight for a “level playing field” in the mortgage lending market.
A downward trend in new home sales has emerged for the year ahead, as sales dropped off a little in July
Subprime mortgages wreaked havoc on the US economy and contributed to the global financial crisis but the subprime mortgage market in Australia is gaining traction
The Housing Industry Association is pushing for policy reform when it comes to “onerous” stamp duties
The construction of new residential housing has increased by 2.2% in the June 2014 quarter, bringing positive news to the property market