Those of us fortunate enough to live in established suburbs clearly have to accept more development around us. But policy planners need to work harder at finding equitable outcomes, one where landowners who sell out to developers don’t gain a windfall at the expense of their erstwhile neighbours’ amenity and property value.
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With the peak season for holiday homes closing shortly, how might AirBnB help investors in this sector thrive?
Why an apartment's title - be it strata, stratum, or company share - matters.
There is a very rare breed of Australian out there. They look like the rest of us, but they have a remarkable single-mindedness and a tenacious focus on the end goal. Yes, I am of course referri ...
The last two years have been the greatest seller’s market in Melbourne and Sydney that I’ve seen in my career (and that includes much of the 1970s). With the auction clearance percentage r ...