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House prices show early virus impact
Residential
Thursday April 2 2020

House prices show early virus impact

Property prices have had the lowest monthly gain since July as coronavirus restrictions on auctions and open homes hampered sales.

Working with Rural Communities to Realise Project Potential
Business
Tuesday March 31 2020

Working with Rural Communities to Realise Project Potential

Construction’s purpose is ultimately to improve people’s lives, whether by providing essential schools, health facilities or workplaces.

Home auctions withdrawn amid virus changes
Residential
Monday March 30 2020

Home auctions withdrawn amid virus changes

Almost half the nation's real estate auctions were withdrawn over the weekend as strict new inspection measures weighed on the market.

Commercial Property Stakeholders Must Work Together: PM
Business
Monday March 30 2020

Commercial Property Stakeholders Must Work Together: PM

Commercial property stakeholders including landlords, tenants and banks must work together to devise workable arrangements to manage the fallout from the coronavirus, Australia’s prime minister says.

NSW Moves to Mandatory Online Planning
Zoning
Tuesday March 24 2020

NSW Moves to Mandatory Online Planning

Homeowners and commercial project owners across New South Wales will benefit from easier processes for submitting development applications as the government seeks to mandate online planning...

Property Salaries Rise
Residential
Monday March 23 2020

Property Salaries Rise

Salaries for real-estate and property professionals in Australia are rising faster compared with those of other workers across the general economy, the latest data shows.

Housing market strong despite virus fears
Residential
Monday March 16 2020

Housing market strong despite virus fears

The nation's housing market looks resilient in the face of initial coronavirus concerns, property data analysts say. 

Caveats on Property and What They Really Mean
Business
Thursday March 12 2020

Caveats on Property and What They Really Mean

Over  many conversations I have had, it has becoming increasingly apparent that there are a lot of misconceptions as to what a caveat actually is and...

Greens Want Public Housing War Chest to Stave Off Coronavirus Recession
Residential
Tuesday March 10 2020

Greens Want Public Housing War Chest to Stave Off Coronavirus Recession

The Australian Greens have called for 500,000 new homes, 40,0000 new construction jobs and 4,000 new apprenticeships as a means to starve off a coronavirus related...

Residential
Mar 2 2020
Strong capital city home auction results

Almost 3000 home auctions across Australian capitals have shown strong results, with seven out of 10 properties sold.

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Zoning
Feb 20 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
Jan 13 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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30 Sep, 2019
Property lending softens again: RBA

The pace of lending to property buyers grew only slightly in August, below the rate in July, according to statistics from the central bank that have...

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Business
15 Jul, 2019
Property council hits out at SA land tax

Proposed changes to land tax in South Australia could have a devastating impact on property owners and the economy, the state's Property Council says.

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Residential
11 Jul, 2019
Rental prices for Sydney units fall 5%

Rental prices on Sydney units have fallen by almost 5.0 per cent over the year on an influx of new supply but remain "significantly" higher than...

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Residential
13 May, 2019
Election a Wildcard for Housing Market

The outcome of the federal election could be a wildcard for the housing market amid signs the worst of the downturn in prices may be over,...

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