There are currently more vacancies in Sydney's rental market than ever before, according to new data obtained by 9News.
Property investors face a cash flow crunch as the number of empty rental homes languishing on the market starts to surge.
Airbnb bookings have been decimated in popular Australian locations, threatening to send overleveraged investors into financial peril.
Rents for Sydney houses have fallen to their lowest point since 2013, while some Melbourne tenants are finding landlords willing to negotiate reductions.
Not all changes the property industry is witnessing are due to the current COVID-19 crisis, but it has definitely hastened changes that were long coming.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many households to think differently about how they work, educate their children and prepare for financial shocks.
The Property Council has welcomed the ACT government's commercial rate relief scheme.
The coronavirus and associated business shutdowns have delivered a dramatic shock to the property market.
The coronavirus crisis is having a devastating impact on the Australian property market, with sales down by hundreds of millions of dollars.
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If ever there was a place name that best self-promoted its post-COVID lifestyle credentials, it would be hard to go past Sunshine Coast.
Apartment sales in the affluent western suburbs of Perth’s so-called Golden Triangle have taken off, with one suburb in particular attracting a disproportionate amount of interest and providing significant potential for capital growth.
Brisbane’s real estate market continues to prove its resilience, despite the coronavirus shock.
From buying his first property in regional Western Australia at just 22, John Monaco has taken a family commitment to property investment and turned it into a large-scale commercial and residential portfolio and a successful property development business.
Declines in home values continue to be mild across the country, but uncertainty is building around what the impacts will be once government stimulus is switched off and banks become less-friendly with lending policies.
After achieving the great Australian dream of homeownership, boutique Sydney developer Shiral Alexander has created a business out of creating that same opportunity for others.