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…
With a renewed outbreak of COVID-19 cases in Melbourne and NSW, experts are expecting substantial property price falls.
There are currently more vacancies in Sydney's rental market than ever before, according to new data obtained by 9News.
The performance of property markets amid COVID-19 suggest the high end of the market may be more responsive to negative economic shocks.
The property market is starting to spring back with a raft of serious listings offered to investors and developers.
One in two Sydneysiders expects prices to fall over the next six months, more than double last year's group.
Australians who shelved plans to sell their home at the start of the pandemic are slowly returning to the market.
Young Sydneysiders wishing to purchase their first property will have to save an additional 14 months to secure a deposit as a result of COVID-19.
Property investors face a cash flow crunch as the number of empty rental homes languishing on the market starts to surge.
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COVID-19 has accelerated the digitisation of the property sector, prompting local technology group PropertyMe to move on an international expansion after signing the millionth rental property to its books, while Irish proptech Offr is preparing an Australian launch.
Queensland’s rental market is inching closer to normal, with the state easing its moratorium on evictions while keeping in place several protection mechanisms for tenants affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Investors remain relatively upbeat despite the COVID-19 crisis, with nearly half of respondents to Australian Property Investor Magazine’s quarterly Buyer Sentiment Survey signalling they still intend to buy.
Lauren Staley from Infolio Property Advisors offers her thoughts on what’s shaping up to be a very different spring market.
Property investors are entitled to numerous tax benefits, however many fail to take full advantage of the depreciation deductions available to them.
The federal government’s $688 million HomeBuilder scheme is being criticised for being ineffectual, particularly for renovations, while at the same time industry groups are calling for it to be extended to ensure it stimulates the housing construction sector as intended.