If you want to get on the property ladder but can’t afford to buy a place where you’d like to live, why not buy as an investor? We’ve done the legwork to pinpoint some of the nations’ most affordable suburbs that could offer great appeal to renters.
Home prices have come off the boil in many areas – we look at what it means for buyers and where the market is heading.
As we head into autumn, the property market is dishing up every buyer’s favourite combo: low rates and cooler prices.
It’s still possible to find affordable homes. Aussie and CoreLogic have identified the suburbs around the country which are the most popular for families, and uncovered where you can buy – even if your budget is $200,000!
Winners are grinners – we talk to the experts to see which locations have come up trumps in the latest property boom, and which areas could shine in 2018.
We’re a nation on the move – welcoming new arrivals to our shores, and also shifting internally between regions. Our tendency to cross borders is having a big impact on the property market.
What a year it’s been. Property prices have soared in some areas, fallen in others ; and investor lending rates have climbed despite the official cash rate holding firm.
CoreLogic provides its quarterly property market update across Australia – see how your state or region has been performing.
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.