Real Estate


Trade-up buyers push house prices higher

Jared owens The Australian 15.02.2010
Australian property values up 1.8 percent in January: RP Data

Australia's runaway property market is refusing to slow, with the average home rising almost 2 percent in value last month.

Trade-up buyers push house prices higher

DEMAND is up as home owners take the opportunity to upgrade before interest rates rise.

A bonus is a must, says the real estate crowd

The Sydney Morning Herald 08.02.2010
Landlords, owner-occupiers to foot bill for assessing energy efficiency

Properties will have to be energy rated before they are sold or leased. IT TAKES more than a veggie patch and Tibetan prayer flags to make a home green.

A bonus is a must, says the real estate crowd

A cutback in executive performance payments has implications for those selling houses, writes Property Editor Jonathan Chancellor.

Rental squeeze forces students into hotels

The Australian National University (ANU) has been forced to accommodate nearly 280 first year students in Canberra motels.

Property in Australia becoming less affordable as prices rise and supply falls

Australian real estate market is regarded as having weathered the world economic downturn well but now concern is growing that rising property prices means that an increasing number of owners are struggling to meet their mortgage payments.

Australian Property Market Boom

Lisa Valentine Embrace Australia 02.02.2010

Living the dream as a landlord

Nick Gardner News Limited newspapers 01.02.2010
Australian Property Market Boom

As some experts predict a further fall in house prices in the UK, on the other side of the globe Australia is seeing house prices soar dramatically.

Living the dream as a landlord

BECOMING a landlord is the aim of many, but you need to know what you're doing. Property investing is the subject of countless books and seminars in which so-called experts talk about the easy millions to be made.

Perth property on rise as economy powers up

PERTH'S residential property market has bottomed and its prestige suburbs are seeing renewed buyer interest, and even sales at higher than expected prices.

Auction results strong, but will rate rises stop the property boom?

Auction results remained higher over the weekend, but property experts warn high sales cannot be sustained for long if interest rates continue to rise.

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