After months of worrying news on the property market, there is a glimmer of hope on housing prices.
The median house price in Sydney has fallen by $72,041 in a year, while Melbourne has lost $45,376 in the same period.
Analysts say a Melbourne-driven property surge has lifted the national clearance rate to its best week of the auction season so far, though house sales across t…
The boom time is over and we're now officially experiencing the "house price fall we had to have", according to Deloitte Access Economics's latest business outl…
House prices are set to fall further but a property crash is unlikely, an economist says in predicting declines in Sydney and Melbourne will reach 20 per cent.
Year-to-date, Melbourne has now overtaken Sydney as the weakest state capital city market.
The digitally-savvy, well-travelled generation born at the end of the 20th century are acutely aware of being priced out of the nation's property markets.
When it comes to Australia's current downturn, it's been the most expensive 25% of the market that has experienced the largest declines over the past year
If you’re an Australian unit owner who sold up in the June quarter, there’s a 14.3% chance you took a haircut.