What is a Yield?
The term ‘yield’ is used in articles related to both residential and commercial property and there is an implication that the meaning is the same in...
Land Price Surge is Slamming Affordable Housing Delivery
A surge in land prices is creating significant problems in terms of the delivery of affordable housing, a new report suggests.
Does Australia Need a Federal Housing Minister?
By all means, policy relating to housing is complex.
Stamp Duty Surcharges Smashing Foreign Property Investors
Foreign investors in Australian residential property are paying multiple times the amount in stamp duty paid by local owners and investors, according to a report which...
Property Staff in Strong Demand
Employees within the property sector in Australia are in high demand amid growing levels of activity, a new report has found.
Huge Population Growth Underpins Victorian Housing Demand
Red-hot growth in population is underpinning massive housing demand in Victoria even as fears of oversupply in some areas of the Melbourne residential market intensify.
Where Can Sydney Put its Next 725,150 Homes?
When your city is hemmed in by mountains or ocean on all sides, finding space to put an extra 725,150 homes is challenging.
Chinese Investors Pour into Aussie Residential Developments
Chinese investors are pouring into Australian residential property development sites, snapping up both more sites and increasingly larger sites for development.
Dodgy Chinese Money Pours into Aussie Property Market
Up to $1 billion in dodgy money from China appears to have poured into the property market in Australia over the past financial year, raising fresh...
What Protection Do NSW Buyers Have Against Unfair Sunset Clauses
Wind back three years and you could pick up an average apartment in the inner Sydney suburb of Ultimo for around $560,000.