As the property downturn picks up steam, apartment developers are going to the wall — and our cities could soon look a lot more like Paris.
First home buyers in NSW have saved almost $1 billion in stamp duty, or an average of $15,000 each, since generous concessions were introduced 18 months ago.
Australian home prices have been falling for well over a year in average weighted terms, pulling back after a strong period of growth throughout most of the pri…
The apartment glut in Melbourne and Sydney is adding further pain to the market as buyers struggle to finance their off-the-plan purchases.
"It's jobs, stupid," to paraphrase Bill Clinton — and this week's employment data may prove pivotal in the debate over where interest rates should be heading.
Property prices have fallen in most major centres, but there seems to be little relief in sight for struggling tenants as rents continue to increase.
The value of new mortgages slipped another 2.1 per cent in January, marking Australia’s biggest annual decline since the global financial crisis.
Reserve Bank research has found its cuts in official interest rates drove up house prices, and cautions that long-term falls could in the worst case escalate in…
Investors will be piling into the Adelaide market – just as soon as they read somewhere that there’s a boom in the South Australia capital.