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.
In the last 20 years, stamp duty costs have increased by almost 800% in some states, forming another price barrier in the already heated property market
A surge in the number of borrowers looking to refinance their mortgages in May saw a major aggregator have another record-breaking month
The Reserve Bank remains open to further rate cuts, but warns that it could lead to "much bigger problems"
The Federal Government’s crackdown on rule-breaking foreign property investors is working, according to the Treasurer
Leading housing association adds its voice to those challenging claims that there is a property price bubble in Australia, saying we are ignoring the real culprits
Loans to investors have surged over 100% in less than four years, but growth is expected to slow