Housing sentiment lifted in the June quarter after restrictions started to ease, but the rising number of virus cases in Victoria and NSW could break the fragil…
Property auctions in Australia dropped by almost a third during the peak of COVID-19 in Australia, with more than half of vendors choosing to postpone their sal…
Property experts were asked to pick out the best value residential properties that can be purchased for just $700,000.
Non-bank lenders are tightening the reins and have identified a range of property sectors where they will refuse provide to loans for developers and owners in c…
With a renewed outbreak of COVID-19 cases in Melbourne and NSW, experts are expecting substantial property price falls.
With employment a top priority in any successful move to Australia, SMATS Migration has entered into a major new collaboration with CV specialists Jump Resumes.…
Property values in more than two thirds of Adelaide suburbs have grown in the first six months of 2020, defying COVID-19 slumps in larger Australian cities.
According to APRA, $192 billion of mortgages have been deferred by authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs), comprising 11% of all housing loans.
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Australians are becoming more optimistic about property markets following the first wave of COVID-19, but the majority of respondents to a new survey say they’re not willing to transact over the next 12 months.
Adelaide's property market is traditionally more stable than other Australian capital cities, making it one of the safest housing markets to invest in.
While property markets in capital cities endure a period of tumult, COVID-19 has failed to undermine values in mining towns around Australia.
A new round of heritage renewals and major developments promises to deliver unprecedented amenity to the doorstep of Perth’s CBD, enhancing East Perth as a residential and investment destination.
Property sales in the first quarter of 2020 were rarely made at a loss to the seller, according to a newly released report suggesting COVID-19 had not wrought havoc on the market at that stage, but the worst might still be to come.
With recent data showing Melbourne’s residential market has been hit hardest among Australian capitals by the novel coronavirus pandemic, longer term measures indicate the city’s house prices are actually reasonably stable.