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
Growing issues with housing affordability are increasing along with the public’s general lack of knowledge about the property market
The number of bathrooms in a home has been suggested as a more accurate measure of a dwelling's affordability
New home approvals declined by 5% in June, after an increase in the previous month
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