This isn't a critical election for property – whatever else the politicians say. Population growth - which looks secure - is more important.
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Apartment dwelling stock could grow 23 and 27 per cent respectively in Melbourne and Southbank from that recorded in the 2016 census, according to the ABS. Adelaide and Sydney CBDs could add 21 and 17 per cent more stock respectively.
The clearly signalled interest rate falls and relaxation of credit will eventually be a brake on the property price falls of the last 18 months in Sydney and Melbourne and then the engine of new growth.
The first quarter of the year is the busiest time for holiday home transactions. How is the market looking and should you jump in?
There is a right way to lease out a rental property and many wrong ways. Learn how to successfully work with a property manager and secure a rent increase.
Richard Wakelin shares his thoughts on where the Australian property market is headed in the next 12 months.
Want cheap housing? Go back to the 1970s. But you'll also get a poorer, less diverse, less tasty, less tolerant Australia.
The success of an investment property is highly dependent on the financial health of the neighbourhood. There are tools to ascertain this.
Would a Labor federal government's plans for negative gearing and capital gains damage the residential property market? Richard Wakelin says not necessarily.
Owners of Victorian workers’ cottages and double-storey terraces in Collingwood hold onto their properties for decades. This means investment-grade property in this lively neighbourhood rarely comes onto the market.