2020 is shaping up as a bumper year to tick off your property wish list, with property values trending up and interest rates likely to stay down.
Property values are enjoying a significant bounce-back, buyers are coming back and the cash rate has been slashed yet again.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has cut the cash rate today, taking the official rate down to an unheard of low of 0.75%.
The recovery in housing values accelerated in August 2019 with national dwelling values increasing by 0.8% over the month.
Spring 2019 is shaping up to be a bumper season. Home values are rebounding across the nation as buyers take advantage of record low interest rates and easing lending conditions.
Over the month of June 2019, national dwelling values declined by -0.2% according to the CoreLogic Home Value Index.
In the world of money, nothing stands still for long, but the last quarter has delivered a raft of potential game-changers that you need to know about.
We wanted to share a snapshot of the most affordable suburbs for houses and units nationwide, as well as the suburbs that are most in demand.
As Australians prepare to head to the polls on 18 May, we take a look at how the Federal election is impacting the property market.
Even with the tightest budget, the current property market offers a wealth of choice.