Based on its four major indicators, the Big 4 bank has determined that home prices are likely to continue falling over the next six months
HIA's quarterly economic and industry outlook report shows that its 5-year streak of home building upswing has come to an end
Industry professional Todd Hunter warns that the Labor party's proposed negative gearing changes will "affect everybody, from low income earners right through to the wealthy"
HIA highlights that the credit squeeze is becoming a hurdle not only to investments but also to Australia's home starts
An industry group says that reforms will have to go through a body corporate committee
REINSW names increased rates as one of the reasons behind higher vacancy rates in the capital last month
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Property spruiker and his company face record charges after falsely making investors believe that it is possible to buy a house for $1
A bill that permits witnesses to electronically sign documents, is set to become effective soon
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Research reveals that declining vacancies in Melbourne, together with the smaller cities, dragged the vacancy rates across the country lower
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A new report shows that apartment sales remained stable during the third quarter, but the Gold Coast stood out after generating stronger sales than other cities
An industry professional discusses how landlords can rise above one of the biggest risks to a rental property: water damage
The Property Council of Australia is questioning how Labor's policy proposal will impact market players, given the nature that most Australians' biggest financial asset is property
A recent property report has identified the top residential trends among baby boomers in Tasmania: upsizing and buying properties in coastal areas
A recent CoreLogic report showed that although auction volumes slightly tracked higher, weighted average clearance rates continued to trend below 50%.
A significant portion of properties in Sydney and Melbourne, including up to 14% of homes in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs, are listed on Airbnb, which is changing market fundamentals, according to AHURI
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