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To rent or to buy: weighing up the options

Anthony Keane News Limited Newspapers 26.10.2009

Metro Hotels renames iconic Perth property

E Travel Blackboard Asia 21.10.2009
To rent or to buy: weighing up the options

IT'S a lie to say that numbers don't lie. This is especially true in the real estate debate about whether you are financially better off renting or buying a house.

Metro Hotels renames iconic Perth property

Formerly Metro Hotel on Canning, Metro Hotels has renamed its Perth property Metro Hotel Perth. The name change coincides with a $3.5 million restoration of the hotel, the appointment of a new General Manager and staff and sales team, and a new restaurant and chef.

Retail property bonanza predicted

CHALPAT SONTI WA Today 21.10.2009
Retail property bonanza predicted

As many as 39 major new retail developments and shopping centre extensions could be on the cards in WA by 2012, a new study has found.

Great time for buyers to grab a coastal bargain

Over the past 12 months Australia's lifestyle-driven coastal markets have fared worse than other markets, but now could be the ideal time to take a good look at these as we begin to see conditions slowly improve.

Where to now for first-time buyers?

Karina Barrymore News Limited newspapers (AU) 19.10.2009

Rents stagnate, but rises expected soon

Lexi Metherell and Michael Janda ABC News 14.10.2009
Where to now for first-time buyers?

INTEREST rate rises have been widely tipped to push many first-home buyers out of the real estate market, but they may prove more resilient than expected.

Rents stagnate, but rises expected soon

The national housing market has improved for renters, with rental prices remaining stagnant for a second consecutive quarter.

Screws tighten on home buyers

CHRIS ZAPPONE The Age 14.10.2009
Screws tighten on home buyers

House prices may surge about 20 per cent or more in some of Australia's largest cities over the next three years, driven higher by on-going shortages.

Australia's Property Values Show Biggest Jump In Four Years

(RTTNews) - National property values in Australia jumped by nearly 2% in August, a report by property information agency RP Data and fund management firm Rismark International said Wednesday. This is the largest rise in values since the RP Data-Rismark Home Value Indices began in January 2005.

First home buyers priced out even at the lower end

MARIKA DOBBIN AND NATALIE CRAIG 10.09.2009

Estate's high-end blocks defy property slump

AMELIA BENTLEY Brisbane Times 07.09.2009
First home buyers priced out even at the lower end

The surge in demand from first home buyers that has underpinned Melbourne's residential market for almost a year is drying up as prices in lower-end suburbs hit record highs.

Estate's high-end blocks defy property slump

Rarity is proving its weight in price tags for one of South East Queensland's most successful property developments.


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