Single parents in most major cities in Australia will not be able to afford a home or unit under the federal government’s new 2 per cent deposit scheme.
Superannuation is being made more flexible to meet the needs of the nation’s first home buyers and increasing numbers of Baby Boomer downsizers.
International students have been approved to return to NSW as soon as August as part of a new plan pushed by the state’s university sector.
Tenants struggling to make rent were the hidden losers of the Federal Budget, as the government's cash splash prioritised home ownership over affordable housing…
New research into property purchaser behaviour has unveiled the top spots in NSW favoured by first-home buyers over the past 12 months.
Weekly Market Report and analysis of currency markets and exchange rates.
To be able to safely say home prices will stabilise at a sensible level, we have to substantiate why the current property prices are artificially inflated.
Property prices are rising at a far more rapid rate than what we would consider a garden variety boom.
Australian Property Investor Magazine
Population growth and infrastructure spending are often key elements to successful property investment strategies. API Magazine takes a look at the federal budget commitments that will have the biggest impacts on property markets in Australia’s fastest-growing regions.
Rising house prices are extracting a toll on homebuyer confidence, with fresh research showing positive sentiment in property is slipping fast, while fewer than half of the respondents to a recent survey said they considered now was a good time to buy.
New investment models and more government support for build-to-rent developments are needed to address the rising inaccessibility and unaffordability of rental housing in Australia.
First homebuyers, single parents and downsizers are among the biggest beneficiaries in the property sector from this week’s federal budget, but some experts are questioning how effective the new schemes will be against a backdrop of sky-high house prices.
Australia’s smaller capitals and mid-size regional cities are experiencing chronic rental property shortages that are pushing rents higher and luring investors seeking to achieve capital growth as well as positive cashflow.
Crowds at Brisbane home opens and auctions are starting to get smaller, but lower attendance is not yet translating into fewer offers as buyer activity remains historically high, particularly in the inner and middle ring suburbs.
Australian property prices look to be on a rocketing path, with first home buyers, low-interest rates and FOMO (fear of missing out) fueling the demand for the start of 2021.
However, with stimulus packages coming to an end, and international borders remaining closed, can this ex…
For anyone considering Australia as a future place of residence planning your taxation affairs is a critical element of the migration process.
The Australian taxation system is extremely complex and taxes residents worldwide income.
Thankfully, legal and sensible tax …
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Since the emergence of COVID-19, Australia has become a premier global destination for our enviable lifestyle, stable political system, world class health care and affordable real estate.
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2020 has proven to be full of uncertainty due to the global pandemic, plummeting economic markets, closed boarders and increased political tensions. Many expatriates have been caught in the crosshairs and face uncertain futures.
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Join Steve Douglas as he examines the federal budget and what it means for the Australian economy moving forward.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg presented his Budget to Parliament on Tuesday the 6th October 2020. In submitting this budget, we gain a full insight into the real financ…