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Darwin is Australia’s ‘property powerhouse’

Homes Go Fast 26.11.2012
Darwin is Australia’s ‘property powerhouse’

While many overseas buyers are heading to Australia’s more popular state capitals – Perth, Sydney and Melbourne – it is a ‘crocodile infested backwater’ that is proving to be the nation’s most resilient property market.

NZ Property market heat no surprise

New Zealand's household incomes have increased by a third in the last four years, while average house prices have risen nationally by only 1.3 per cent in the same period, making recent real estate market buoyancy unsurprising, says Finance Minister Bill English.

Buyers believe Australian property market is ripe for the picking

Now is the time to invest in Australian property, according to a recent survey of prospective buyers.

CBD Energy is running on low as Tinkler property deals turn sour

LOSSES on a planned property development with coal investor Nathan Tinkler form part of a series of write-offs taken by former Impulse Airlines boss Gerry McGowan's latest venture, CBD Energy, which has pushed it to a revised $40.4 million loss for the year to June.

Sydney Harbour top property in Australian "Monopoly"

SYDNEY, Oct 30 (Reuters - Sydney's Opera House and Bondi Beach are amongst some of the iconic landmarks featuring in Australia's first official Sydney Monopoly board game, but Sydney Harbour scooped the title of most exclusive property.

What can $650k buy in Auckland?

The Aucklander 29.10.2012

Property market shows signs of life

The West Australian 15.10.2012
The average house price in central Auckland will buy a five-bedroom home on more than 2ha in Feilding, or a four-bedroom property with a pool in Tauranga.

The average house price in central Auckland will buy a five-bedroom home on more than 2ha in Feilding, or a four-bedroom property with a pool in Tauranga.

Property market shows signs of life

Australia's housing sector is showing tentative signs of improving, despite continued caution from property investors, economists say.

Income still attractive

The Sydney Morning Herald 09.10.2012
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THE property market is showing some signs of moving up the gears as the key spring selling period gather’s pace with home loan approvals registering their biggest rise in almost a year.

Income still attractive

Domestic investors are still wary of Australian-listed property. Despite the sector gaining more than 20 per cent over the past year, making it the best-performing sector of the Australian sharemarket, domestic investors are not buying into the recovery. Many are still haunted by memories of the sector's spectacular blow-up during the depths of the global financial crisis.


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