The RBA governor has doubled down on his support to remove stamp duty following budget announcements by NSW and Victoria relating to the tax.
NEWS & INSIGHT
SQM have their latest national property figures out, with a headline decrease in listings of 4% in November and a year on year decline of nearly 13%.
The reality is that there is profit to be made through keeping people in debt and pushing them to the edge.
The Reserve Bank has rejected suggestions it should be keeping the heat out of the housing market.
Housing bears can take a load off — a forthcoming debt crisis is unlikely, CBA says.
Industry groups have welcomed the federal government’s announcement it will extend the HomeBuilder program for another three months.
New data shows that 1.1 million Australians have got one thing on their mind – and the economic impact of this will affect us all.
Young Western Australians driving an increase in first home buyers entering the market.
A new property report has highlighted the best performing school catchment zones in Australia, with areas in Brisbane dominating the list.
Australian Property Investor Magazine
Demand for prestige properties in Australia continues to grow, with the highest number of third quarter sales on record achieved in 2020 and solid price growth forecast across most luxury markets into next year.
Sydney’s spring selling season is spilling into summer, with a cohort of cashed-up developers scrambling to secure sites to satisfy seemingly insatiable demand in sought after suburbs.
New South Wales’ stamp duty reform proposal is facing major scrutiny from all corners of the property sector, with major limitations of the scheme being identified prior to its official rollout.
COVID-19 may have forced individuals to stay apart and put the brakes on international travel, but in Australia’s property sector, the pandemic has accelerated the opportunity for developers to collaborate with their global counterparts, albeit in a digital manner.
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.