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Housing in Crisis Yet Divoid of a Plan
Business
Thursday May 19 2022

Housing in Crisis Yet Divoid of a Plan

What went wrong? Buying, and now even renting a house is off-limits for many working adults, yet most Governments are devoid of a plan.

Why Are Both Major Parties Ignoring Housing Supply?
Residential
Tuesday May 17 2022

Why Are Both Major Parties Ignoring Housing Supply?

The focus on housing affordability as the policy centrepiece of both Opposition and the Government is welcome.  But why is it that both sides of Federal...

The future of office in Australia
Commercial
Thursday May 12 2022

The future of office in Australia

The previous two years have been tumultuous for Australia’s office sector. Various lockdowns and work-from-home orders saw vacancy rates skyrocket, resulting in a loss of income...

Property Confidence Rides High
Business
Thursday April 21 2022

Property Confidence Rides High

Confidence in Australia’s property industry remains high amid strong economic conditions and a massive pipeline of work, the latest survey has found.

Aussie Workers are Coming Back to the Office
Commercial
Thursday April 7 2022

Aussie Workers are Coming Back to the Office

Workers throughout Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra are returning to the office, the latest data suggests.

900,000 Aussie Homes at Risk of Storm Surge and Erosion
Residential
Thursday March 31 2022

900,000 Aussie Homes at Risk of Storm Surge and Erosion

Almost one million homes and apartments throughout Australia are at risk of storm surge and erosion, a new analysis has found.

What you need to know about Building an Investment Property
Residential
Tuesday March 15 2022

What you need to know about Building an Investment Property

When thinking of an investment property, your first thought probably isn’t an empty block of land.

Victoria Dumps Three Years of Planning Reform Work
Zoning
Tuesday March 1 2022

Victoria Dumps Three Years of Planning Reform Work

The Victorian Government has permanently binned major planning reform proposals which took three years to develop despite acknowledging that the proposals would have delivered billions of...

How to Bring People Back into The Office
Commercial
Thursday February 24 2022

How to Bring People Back into The Office

Walk around Melbourne on a Friday or Saturday night and you will see that much has returned to normal as bars are pumping with people and...

Zoning
12 May, 2020
Stokes to discuss NSW land clearing halt

NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes will attend an urgent meeting with a South Coast property developer following a push to halt land clearing in the bushfire-ravaged...

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Residential
15 Apr, 2020
Vic reveals $500m COVID-19 rental relief

The six-month ban on evictions and rent increases for both commercial and residential tenants, as well as tax relief for landlords, was announced by Premier Daniel...

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Business
14 Apr, 2020
Property Scheme Victims Face More Anxiety

The coronavirus pandemic has heaped further anxiety on dozens of retirees who lost their life savings in a collapsed Australian property scheme.

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Residential
24 Mar, 2020
Real estate auctions will be banned

All real estate auctions and open house inspections will be cancelled amid tougher restrictions on gatherings of people in a bid to stem the spread of...

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Zoning
20 Feb, 2020
Administrator to run Melb's Casey council

An interim administrator has been appointed to take charge of Melbourne's scandal-plagued Casey council, after Victoria's parliament voted to sack its councillors.

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Zoning
13 Jan, 2020
Qld councillors got funds for own projects

Former Ipswich councillors spent millions of ratepayer dollars on projects in their own areas instead of funding initiatives that would have benefited the Queensland city as...

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Residential
18 Dec, 2019
Owner-occupier loans outstrip investors

Mortgage lending expanded in October, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics numbers indicating activity by owner-occupiers continued to outpace that of investors.

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Business
6 Dec, 2019
Qld council seeks $2.5m from Palmer firms

A Queensland council is pursuing two of Clive Palmer's companies in court seeking millions owed in rates and water charges.

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Business
6 Dec, 2019
NSW real estate agent stole from tenants

A Sydney real estate agent who had a penchant for cocaine and used tenants' rental bonds to fund his addiction has been spared jail.

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