Three major factors have underpinned the property markets and could contribute to a perfect storm that will have property markets performing strongly in 2021 an…
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Despite yield compression, industrial is set to remain a compelling story for investors. (video content)
Record low interest and rental vacancy rates has created good conditions for property investors returning to the market in Geelong.
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.…
Despite recent significant falls in Sydney and Melbourne house prices, property experts say the worst may be over and dire predictions of a COVID-19-induced cra…
The US Presidential elections, Europe to maintain its ‘wait and see’ tone as a second wave of infections begins to fly through the continent. In Australia this …
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.
Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle has stayed clear of discussing interest rates during a speech to a foreign exchange conference.
Australian Property Investor Magazine
One of Australia’s best-credentialed and longest-running property development empires is expanding into finance, with current market conditions providing a strong opportunity to fill a credit void as traditional lenders retreat from the uncertainty created by the COVID pandemic.
With urban living in a post-pandemic world being more local, compact, pedestrian friendly and connected, the quality of our neighbourhood and streets are more important than ever.
Foreign investment in Australian property has become a collateral victim of the irresistible currents of global geopolitics and international pandemic responses.
International heavyweight Brookfield has progressed plans for a $1.1 billion waterfront mixed use precinct in Perth, as institutional and private developers continue to restock their project pipelines across the country.
Nearly one in two Australians believe property is a more secure long-term investment class than shares, gold, cash and fixed interest, according to the results of a recent nationwide survey.
Driven by institutional investment, some generally favourable weather and high commodity prices, rural property markets are enjoying a relatively bountiful time.