The Andrews government is pouring $6 billion into housing initiatives and planning changes it hopes will help more Victorians into secure homes.
Australia's dollar had a tough year in 2018 and is still a popular currency to bet against, but JPMorgan Asset Management sees potential for the beaten-down Aus…
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has held official interest rates at 1.5 per cent for the 27th consecutive meeting despite continuing signs the economy is st…
HSBC says a the Aussie dollar will fall again in 2019, given a deterioration in the domestic economy.
Consumer sentiment has recovered most of a post-Christmas dip, with economists attributing the rebound to a change in views on interest rates, with most people …
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has predicted lending from the banks into the housing market will pick-up after an easing of regulations across the sector just as new…
Just how much further can house prices fall? And what will be the economic fallout from the wealth destruction that comes with a house price correction?
Australian Property Investor Magazine
It feels like rocket fuel has been added to the Brisbane property market in the last month - positive sentiment has accelerated rapidly and so too are prices in some locations around the city.
A series of new build-to-rent projects is emerging in Melbourne, as major developers converge on a sector primed for significant growth.
Demand for prestige properties in Australia continues to grow, with the highest number of third quarter sales on record achieved in 2020 and solid price growth forecast across most luxury markets into next year.
Sydney’s spring selling season is spilling into summer, with a cohort of cashed-up developers scrambling to secure sites to satisfy seemingly insatiable demand in sought after suburbs.
New South Wales’ stamp duty reform proposal is facing major scrutiny from all corners of the property sector, with major limitations of the scheme being identified prior to its official rollout.
COVID-19 may have forced individuals to stay apart and put the brakes on international travel, but in Australia’s property sector, the pandemic has accelerated the opportunity for developers to collaborate with their global counterparts, albeit in a digital manner.