Auction clearance rates are often seen as an indicator of property market health. But it’s certainly not the only benchmark to consider to get a feel for how the market is faring.
Beat the psychology of auctions and get your game face on to do some serious – but sensible, bidding.
If you’re in the market for a new home, the October long weekend could be just the break you’ve been looking for to get ahead of the competition.
Whether it’s sale by auction, treaty or tender, getting a good price for your home means picking the option that works for you. Aussie investigates the pros and cons of each.
Buying a home can be emotional enough as it is, even before you undergo the highs and lows of bidding at an auction. While we may not be able to eliminate the stress altogether, we can help minimise it by making sure you know what to expect before you walk into an auction.
Improve a house in 24 hours? Yes, you can. Let’s take a look at the quick fixes and touches that won’t blow the budget, but could make a big difference to your sale price come auction day.
High auction volumes and clearance rates across Australia confirm it’s a popular way to sell and buy property, but could striking a deal before the auction date be a sure-fire way of landing the home of your dreams? Pre-auction negotiation may not be for everyone and in this article we investigate a few things you More…
Selling and buying homes at auction is as popular as ever in Australia, with auction volumes and clearance rates already at record levels.
Aside from deciding to spend your lives together, buying a home is one of the biggest decisions you and your partner will make. Finding that perfect home can be a lot of work, real couples share how to find a home you’ll both love.
Combined capital city home values have increased by 9.1% over the first 10 months of this year, compared to a slightly higher 9.5% increase over the same period in 2015. Perth and Darwin are the only two cities in which home values are lower over the first 10 months of this year.