Australian property prices may be approaching a ceiling after one of the fastest growth periods on record.
A Bondi Beach house has fetched the princely sum of $5.8 million as Sydney's property market roars.
A Sydney home has sold for $1 million more than the vendor paid for it just five months ago, after just one change to the property.
Perth’s booming housing market has led to a rise in the number of properties going under the hammer.
Buyers are overwhelmingly concerned that if they don't buy now, prices are going to rise to fast, too quickly, at which point they'll miss out on buying a prope…
If not for the backdrop of a global pandemic, you could be forgiven for feeling a sense of déjà vu as the property market shows all the signs of launching into …
Record low interest rates are driving house prices higher, particularly in the regions, but some experts warn it’s unsustainable.
Momentum in the Australian property market appears to be building as preliminary auction clearance rates surpassed 83% over the weekend.
A rush among property buyers to secure a home before the end of the year bolstered the property market at the weekend.
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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…
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