After years of being priced out of the market, Australia’s embattled first homebuyers are finally making a comeback.
While the news is grim for many Aussie homeowners, things are finally starting to look up for first homebuyers who have long struggled to enter the market.
If you’re a young person or you’ve been desperate to buy your own home and have been scared off by galloping house prices, then surely softening house prices is…
Investors may have retreated but those buying homes to live in remain active in the market, especially first home buyers.
If you're looking to buy your first home, this is not the Budget for you.
Softer conditions in home lending are prompting the country's banks, whose loan portfolios are dominated by residential mortgages, to target growth opportunitie…
First-home buyers have hit the ground running in 2018, battling it out for affordable homes in outer areas while other young couples snapped up units in the inn…
First-home buyers are expected to remain a force in the Victorian property market this year after rushing to capitalise on stamp duty changes.
Hope remains for first-home buyers, with six Melbourne suburbs having a median property value of less than $400,000 at the end of 2017, according to CoreLogic.