Uncertainty among buyers has largely dissipated with the latest Finder survey showing that one in five Australians are eager to buy property in the next 12 mont…
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The Reserve Bank of Australia is expecting house prices to rise despite the weakest population growth since World War I.
More Australians think now is the right time to buy a new home than at any point since November 2013.
The Reserve Bank has slashed its official cash rate to a new historic low of 0.1% as it desperately tries to prop up the economy.
More Australians could go into "negative equity", where the value of their property falls below the outstanding balance on their mortgage, according to the RBA.…
Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle has stayed clear of discussing interest rates during a speech to a foreign exchange conference.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has effectively "green lit" risk-taking on property investment.
The Reserve Bank has kept the cash rate on hold as it waits to see how the economy responds to the federal budget.
Australian Property Investor Magazine
The tide continues to turn for Perth property, with prices rising to mid-2006 levels, rents the tightest among Australian capitals, and properties selling at their fastest pace in a decade and a half.
Australian property markets are set to put the pandemic behind them, with every capital city on the upswing in November and any declines in value in 2020 expected to be regained early next year.
Houses are set for price growth in 2021 across all capital cities as Australian property markets continue their march towards normality, but investors should be wary of apartments and units, particularly in high-supply areas.
Australians keen to build a new home have been given an extra three months to find a builder and sign a contract, but the federal government’s HomeBuilder grants have been cut to $15,000 if the contract is signed in 2021.
Incentives for property investors are looming as a hot election topic in Western Australia, with both sides of government being urged to develop new initiatives to address a looming rental crisis in the state.
Builders in Queensland are having to turn away new customers, with the industry at capacity and the deadline for the federal government’s $25,000 HomeBuilder grants just five weeks away.