Bank of Queensland chief executive George Frazis says first home buyers are piling into the market as the impact of the COVID-19 health crisis proves not as bad…
The Reserve Bank of Australia has warned extended international travel restrictions will eventually force down house prices in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Southern Moreton Bay Islands have enjoyed renewed interest in a COVID-19 property market.
Property investors are increasingly looking to buy in Australia's regional or rural centres as work from home practices during COVID-19 make suburbs outside of …
According to recent Australian Tax Office and Productivity Commission statistics, the gap between the haves and the have nots is growing.
Within weeks, we will find out what lies ahead for the tenants who can't pay, and the landlords who can't meet their mortgage.
Adelaide house-hunters have almost 1500 fewer properties to choose from on the market than they did a year ago.
If large numbers of homeowners are unable to keep up on loan repayments, they could be forced to sell.
New research reveals just how difficult it has been for tenants to secure any rental relief from their landlords.
Australian Property Investor Magazine
Cinema rooms are being replaced by home offices, while relaxation zones are superseding the guest room, with the coronavirus pandemic prompting a seismic shift in what homeowners and renters want from residence.
From Western Australia’s South West to northern Tasmania and coastal towns dotting the east coast, an urban exodus has fuelled a COVID-induced property boom in regional Australia.
As a young man in India, Mahesh Yadav was already drawn to the idea of using property to achieve financial independence. But encouraged to pursue a more “respectable career”, he went on to become a
Renovating an investment property is different to renovating your own home. Whether the renovation is big or small, you will be taking a head over heart approach and doing what will help you improve your return on investment.
It is with pleasure that I invite you to watch our 15th Annual Australian Federal Budget Review Seminar 2020. Usually I would be presenting this personally to your around the world on our Annual seminar tour, but Covid-19 remains a significant issue affecting our global travel and lifestyles...
SMATS Group chairman Steve Douglas provides a detailed rundown of how COVID-19 has affected the federal government’s finances, what initiatives are being utilised to stimulate the property sector and what taxation changes will mean for property markets across the country.