Perth’s bustling property market – which has seen reports of homes being snapped up for more than asking price amid long queues outside many home opens – is tip…
Competition for property is set to ramp up for the remainder of this year’s spring selling season.
The extent of the financial hit property investors are currently taking has been laid bare with new figures showing more than half of Perth units sold this quar…
Sydney's property market may be in worse shape than the latest price data suggests on account of sellers withholding or delaying "bad" sales and auction results…
Adelaide continues to buck a national trend in downward property values.
Government stimulus and the relaxation around loan repayments by the banks kicked the problem down the road and has created an artificial market.
The Southern Moreton Bay Islands have enjoyed renewed interest in a COVID-19 property market.
Westpac has revised its forecast to a more moderate 5 per cent decline, with prices then “bouncing” 15 per cent.
Commonwealth Bank says Australian property prices have held up better than expected and should rebound strongly in the second half of 2021.
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Driven by institutional investment, some generally favourable weather and high commodity prices, rural property markets are enjoying a relatively bountiful time.
One of Australia’s most ambitious green buildings has gained the endorsement of one of the world’s biggest environmentalists, with Sir David Attenborough giving his nod of approval to the Koichi Takada-designed Urban Forest project in Brisbane.
Developers are continuing to have strong sales success in South East Queensland, with luxury Gold Coast apartment and master planned land projects selling quickly and seemingly defying the COVID crisis.
Property markets in Adelaide and Perth are moving into overdrive, with competition among buyers getting fierce as homes sell swiftly and rental vacancies plunge.
More than 800,000 Australian mortgagors have arranged payment deferrals with their lenders since March, and with repayment holidays and government stimulus payments being wound back, some households may face a mortgage crisis if their income levels have not rebounded.
Western Australia has extended its Building Boost for new home builds, at the same time that new research has been released saying that more targeted stimulus is needed if the housing construction sector is to lead Australia’s post-COVID recovery.