Tasmania's economic star continues to rise on the back of a booming tourism industry, improved business confidence and rapid population growth.
A collapse in overseas migration into Australia could act as a major drag on the property market and the economy for years, latest analysis warns.
Tasmania’s annual population growth rate rose from 0.96 per cent in December 2017 to 1.02 per cent in March 2018 – the strongest growth rate in 8½-years.
A decade after the financial crisis there’s a continuing but unresolved debate about whether the low-rate and low-growth settings within the developed world ref…
Melbourne at 5 million is a city growing faster than at any time in its history. But how did it get there?
The rental vacancy rate in Victoria has hit a record low, the state's peak real estate body says, and the swelling population has been blamed.
Peter Dutton's tough stance on migration and borders and its effect on property were tested in May this year when he delivered a key-note speech to Australia's …
Australia's population will hit the 25 million mark later tonight according to projections from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), a milestone reached i…
Real estate sales in the Northern Territory have dropped about $1.2 billion in the three years since the height of the gas boom, an industry body says.