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Property Market & Investment News May 25th

The Federal Election result has created a wave of optimism in the housing market, with two of the major brakes on activity removed by the Liberal Party victory.

Property Market & Investment News May 18th

The importance of the First Home Buyer (FHB) segment of the housing market continues to grow. Newly-released finance figures for March show that their share of the market is at its largest in nearly seven years.

Property Market & Investment News May 11th

All signs point to an early bottoming out of the housing markets in the major cities, according to the Australian Financial Review (AFR).

Property Market & Investment News May 4th

The property taxes paid by Australians have hit record levels. The official figures show that Australians pay more taxes on their real estate than their employers do for payroll and labour force.

Property Market & Investment News April 27th

Financial writer and ABC News commentator Alan Kohler says there’s “a decent chance” that the housing market has bottomed already.

Property Market & Investment News April 20th

The national residential vacancy rate fell further to a low of 2.1% in March 2019, with four of the eight capital cities recording vacancy rates between 0.4% and 1.6%, according to SQM Research.

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Property Market & Investment News April 13th

Rents around the country have increased in the first three months of the year, with Hobart showing the biggest rise, according to researcher CoreLogic.

Property Market & Investment News April 6th

Property groups say this week’s Federal Budget will lift consumer sentiment, as they also backed the plan for further infrastructure spending.

Property Market & Investment News March 30th

Rents Rise In Most Cities Capital city rents continue to increase. Analysis by rent.com.au shows rents in February increased in all cities except Brisbane and Perth. Unit rents rose in Hobart (4.2%), Sydney (3.8%), Canberra (3.3%), Darwin (2.9%), Melbourne (2.3%) and Adelaide (1.6%).

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