Economists speculate on Sydney's home market performance
June saw prices dropping across Australia, providing an opportunity for investors
How big is the impact to the already weakening Australian property market?
As units in the city remain empty, Sydney can now be called a "market for renters"
Changing tax policies soon could save a decade's worth of wasted time
The second week of the month saw a moderation of activity
While clearance rates ticked upward, auction volumes trended lower year-on-year
If effective, these reforms could be a model for other states
A Sydney unit topped the auctions this weekend. Watch Dr Andrew Wilson, Chief Economist from My Housing Market, present his weekend auction review.
But homes across the rest of Victoria are still negatively affected, a new report reveals
The organisation believes industry expertise can ensure appropriate land supply for new housing
Landlord "No No's" + RBA watches house prices + Gold in them thar hills
Industry professionals are not so confident with the property market anymore
Following ANZ's footsteps, the major lender lowers its expectation for Australia's house prices
“We need to ensure that lending approaches reflect the market rather than set the market which appears to be the case at the moment,”
It’s been an eventful first half of the year for Western Australia’s capital
The recent restrictions on foreign investment have left Chinese investors high and dry
The Big Four might follow suit, even in the absence of an official rate hike
Reflecting the declining property market, final auction clearance rates are expected to limp