After a period of fast paced growth in a number of our cities, things are starting to change. Find out what’s really happening to property values in Australia’s cities.
The Reserve Bank left the cash rate on hold in September for the 13 consecutive month at 1.5 per cent, despite economic signs improving across a range of sectors.
To help first home buyers with the challenges of getting on the property ladder, some states have introduced First Home Buyer Affordability packages that include an exemption on stamp duty for properties up to a certain value.
In the market for a home? We take a look at what you can expect to pay across Australia’s major cities.
Buying a property can be a daunting decision to make, but with a bit of risk management you can still realise the dream of owning your own home with a little less to worry about.
How do you identify the next ‘it’ suburbs before the crowds do? While there is no magic formula, here are five top tips.
From property values to interest rates, we look at where we’ve been and where we’re headed with insight and analysis from industry experts and forecasters.
More and more Aussies are moving in search of affordability. But what does affordability mean, and is it all it’s cracked up to be? Aussie investigates what makes three of the top regional cities affordable, and asks what else you should consider before you start to pack.
Tasmania, the ‘Apple Isle’, is proving to be a popular pick among property investors due to the reversal of long-term trends maximising investment opportunities.
The Reserve Bank continued to hold the cash rate at 1.5 per cent at its July meeting today, as the inflation and unemployment rates remain low, counter-balanced by continued growth in the Eastern Seaboard housing market.