Is Australia’s property market about to fall off a cliff, taking our big four banks with it?
In comparison to the rest of the world, Sydney – Australia’s most notoriously highly-priced housing market – prices might not be so bad.
Absent a rise in the jobless rate, which has been falling recently, it's hard to see where the trigger for forced property sales would come from.
Australia’s housing market has reached a unique point in its history: household debt at a record high, interest rates at an all-time low.
The Reserve Bank will keep official interest rates unchanged until next year, and then only increase borrowing costs slowly, because record mortgage debt has cr…
Soaring house prices in Sydney and Melbourne are largely in line with fundamentals, and the market is not in a bubble, according to HSBC chief economist for Aus…
While it is increasingly hard for people born in Sydney to be able to buy in Sydney, that does not mean there is a price bubble here.
Housing bubble or not, an auction in Bellevue Hill is emblematic of the forces driving prices so high.
There are three things certain in life; death, taxes and predictions of an Australian property crash.