Rents for Sydney houses have fallen to their lowest point since 2013, while some Melbourne tenants are finding landlords willing to negotiate reductions.
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New-home buyers could be given a $50,000 handout under a proposal by the Property Council of Australia.
Buyers of freshly built homes would get a $50,000 cheque from the Morrison government under a $2.5 billion plan from the Property Council to kickstart the econo…
The Reserve Bank is watching closely how property prices may change if more people move back home or form larger households because of financial stress, board m…
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When thinking of property hotspots to invest in, investors may not think immediately of Mudgee or Albury.
Not all changes the property industry is witnessing are due to the current COVID-19 crisis, but it has definitely hastened changes that were long coming.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many households to think differently about how they work, educate their children and prepare for financial shocks.
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Some harsh lessons have been dealt to the student accommodation sector, with international border closures delivering a sharp fall in occupancy rates.
ASX-listed developer Peet has launched a new online toolkit to educate first homebuyers, with coronavirus-related lockdowns creating strong opportunities for the company to digitally connect with potential customers.
Home values have historically bounced back strongly following recessions, with new analysis from the Property Investment Professionals of Australia likely to provide significant comfort for investors.
A Queensland-based developer has created a solution for residential investors battling to service debts because of a sudden drop in income due to COVID-19: convert your single rental property into several.
State governments across Australia are continuing to face mounting pressure to provide support to residential and commercial landlords commensurate with that available for tenants affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
A noticeable decline in capital city median house prices is starting to occur, according to fresh analysis by property research house HTAG.