Local Character Could Grind Growth to a Halt
The NSW Government issued a series of documents in the lead up to the recent state election about the importance of Local Character and Future Local...
Future-proofing Industrial Property in an Era of Change
In a town in Southeast England known as Andover, more than a thousand workers operate day and night where they lift, sort and move groceries for...
The Future for People in Property
Whether it's property developers, builders, leasing agents, architects, electricians or marketing agents, opportunities for people in the development and construction industry are varied and plentiful.
Troublesome Residents Pose Challenges for Strata Managers
“I’m driving to your office and I am going to kill you.”
Australia’s Flexible Office Revolution
Under many traditional arrangements, companies’ real-estate footprint involves floor space in conventional offices which is either owned outright or leased on long-term agreements.
Office Markets Tighten Almost Everywhere
Conditions in office markets have tightened across the nation as the latest data shows falls in vacancy rates throughout seven of Australia’s eight capitals.
Property Industry Escapes Banking Royal Commission Fallout
Australia’s property sector has been spared any major fallout from the banking royal commission after the final report did not contain any recommendations which will materially...
Australia Will Not Have a Housing Induced Recession
For many in the housing sector, recent data has not been encouraging.
This is NOT High Quality Construction
Last Christmas Eve, residents of the 36-storey Opal Tower in Sydney Olympic Park were forced to evacuate after hearing cracking sounds including a loud bang.
Housing Shortage Forcing Women to Return to Violent Partners
A lack of affordable housing could mean that women who suffer from family violence may return to their violent partners, a new report has found.
First Home Buyers Bigger Share of Market
Australians buying their first home are making up a bigger share of all people purchasing properties throughout the nation.
Property Council Gets a New President
Stephen Conry, JLL’s Chief Executive Officer, Australia has been elected as the new National President of the Property Council of Australia.
House Price Falls Slow Down
The pace of decline in new home values throughout Australia has eased, the latest data shows.
Victoria’s Planning Regime Goes Under Microscope
Victoria’s planning system is set undergo a comprehensive review as the government in that state seeks to remove barriers to affordable housing provision.
Negative Gearing Change in Jan Under Labor
Federal Labor would introduce its changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax by January 1 next year if the party wins the May election.
Larger Land Suburbs Buck Housing Downturn Trend
Suburbs with larger land sizes are bucking the trend in terms of the housing market decline, the latest analysis has found.
Property Prices Fall Further
Prices of new homes and apartments throughout capital cities in Australia have fallen further, the latest data indicates.
First woman CEO for Northern Land Council
The new CEO of the Northern Land Council Marion Scrymgour has urged the Northern Territory Government to come back and negotiate with Canberra after talks over...