Australian home prices rose in March but the market is set to weaken as the coronavirus shutdown affects the property industry.
Following 20 months of consecutive declines, including another 0.4% fall in May, according to CoreLogic data, prices have now fallen a cumulative 8.2%, surpassi…
Australian home prices have been falling for well over a year in average weighted terms, pulling back after a strong period of growth throughout most of the pri…
The apartment glut in Melbourne and Sydney is adding further pain to the market as buyers struggle to finance their off-the-plan purchases.
The downturn has made homes more affordable for first-time buyers - usually younger people who feared they would never get on the property ladder as prices surg…
Melbourne’s auction market appears to have “bounced back” from a miserable end to 2018, with agents reporting strong bidder numbers and sales well above reserve…
The Reserve Bank is expected to cut Australia’s already record-low interest rates later this year.
Demand for student rental accommodation was driving up the premium for inner-city property in Sydney.
The pockets of Perth tipped to lead the 2019 property market recovery have been revealed — and the neighbourhoods range from budget to blue ribbon.
Australian Property Investor Magazine
Australian Property Investor Magazine this week sat down for a virtual coffee with leading Melbourne academic, Sam Tsiaplias, a senior research fellow in the Macroeconomics Research Program at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
Property market headlines around Australia right now are full of doom and gloom. They are usually based on a worst-case scenario, which includes a long and drawn out economic downturn on the back of the COVID-19 pandemic, but is this what we now expect?
In the time between this article being conceived and written, pretty much everyone has already lost interest. And interest rate markets are pricing in a more than 50 per cent chance that they will have lost even more interest soon after publication.
ANZ is facing criticism for increasing its two-year fixed interest rates by 10 basis points, with a blowout in processing times resulting in many applicants not receiving the bank’s market-leading rate as advertised in late March.
Some harsh lessons have been dealt to the student accommodation sector, with international border closures delivering a sharp fall in occupancy rates.
ASX-listed developer Peet has launched a new online toolkit to educate first homebuyers, with coronavirus-related lockdowns creating strong opportunities for the company to digitally connect with potential customers.