Real Estate Archive

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Whether you're in the property sector or not, being a nice home is almost a soothing experience in itself. Beauty is one of humanity's most basic desires – we love it when the surface is …

Brisbane tops the luxury real estate

Brisbane has been designated as the best-performing city in Australia for luxury residential price growth in Knight Frank's latest study, outperforming cities like Sydney and Melbourne. The Queensland capital ranks 14th in the world, with …

NSW Extract of the June 2019 Market Report

Sydney continues to underperform in the domestic market, but is boosted by job opportunities and infrastructure Things continue to be turbulent for Sydney, which is now quite regularly on the list of performing artists in …

APRA Amends Its Mortgage Projects

The Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) recently revealed its response to the first round of consultations on proposed changes to the Funding Framework for Approved Depository Institutions (ADI). The proposed amendments include the relaxation of …

Child Care Assets: A Sound Investment

There was talk of pockets of glut of child-care facilities in metropolises and regions – a consequence of the fact that demand has been caught up – and to a lesser extent, a small proportion …

Repeal of the Landlord and Tenant Act

The Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act 1948 (LTA Act) will be repealed on July 1, according to a report by the New South Wales Real Estate Institute (REINSW). This decision is part of the NSW …

QLD Excerpt from the June 2019 Market Report

Property values ​​in Brisbane struggle a little, but the rental market could recover. Just like the real estate markets in Sydney and Melbourne, Brisbane also suffered a slight shock. The annual growth rate of its …

Real estate markets set for solid growth

Prices should continue to decline moderately over the next few months, but will stabilize later in 2019, with some capitals leading growth, according to a study by Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL). Global comparisons have shown …

Divorce and Property

It can not be denied that separation and divorce are difficult paths, even if the decision would produce a better long-term result for both parties. More often than not, it is unrealistic to expect the …

The "risky" investor

Rachel-Ann Wicks proves that you can not keep a good woman. A decade after the rejection of her first loan application, she has managed to invest in property, renovate and run a business, and she …

Real estate hit its lowest level in 12 years

The country's owners are delaying the sale of their properties, with new data showing the smallest number of new listings in 12 years. The downturn is particularly noticeable in Sydney and Melbourne, where 30% fewer …

New loans to households increase

The value of new household loan commitments rose 0.6% in April, seasonally adjusted, according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The rise comes after a 3.3% decline in March. However, …

Extract of the June 2019 Market Report

Adelaide's affordable prices fuel its strong performance in the domestic market, having joined Hobart and Canberra at the top This is not Hobart's big boomer, but low real estate prices in Adelaide make it a …

The big problem with the ACT budget

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) recently released a deficit budget for 2019-2020, which includes the plan to add staff to support the housing sector in the territory. However, this initiative will have a cost, according …

Sell your property to a tenant

Renting a property is always hectic. Homeowners run the risk of signing bad tenants who do not pay or damage the home and generally cause a nuisance. However, for every bad egg, there are many …

WA Extract of the June 2019 Market Report

Housing market recovery stops abruptly with new price drop due to labor market and financing issues After a positive start to the year and many experts highlighting the upward trajectory of Perth, the capital of …