Over the past few weeks, we’ve slowly started to see auction clearance rates across Sydney and Melbourne begin to fall as significant new listings have hit the market. This has coincided with the removal of lockdowns in NSW, Victoria and the ACT and the onset of the seasonally strong spring selling season. While the mainstream…
As house prices continue to surge higher across the country, investors need to be more pragmatic than ever when it comes to identifying good opportunities. Around the country, the latest data from CoreLogic suggests house prices on a national basis have increased by more than 20% over the last 12 months. Record low-interest rates have…
Over the past few weeks, we’ve heard from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), who appears ready to crack down on lending.
Recently, we’ve seen a very clear shift towards capital growth. Looking at the latest data from CoreLogic and it’s clear that property prices are increasing rapidly, with dwelling values up by 18.4% around the country in the past 12 months.
It was announced that Brisbane would be the host city for the 2032 Olympic Games. While this is a positive for the nation, for property investors, the first thought is naturally what does this mean for property prices in Brisbane going forward?
As residential house prices across Australia continue to remain very strong, the latest update from the RBA has painted a slightly more hawkish picture for what lies ahead with interest rates.
Given the significant impact low rates have had on stoking the property market, it has many people asking, how will any rate rises change that dynamic going forward?
As Australian real estate prices across the country continue to rise at a rapid pace, we’re starting to see the same old headlines getting rolled out about investors rushing back into the market. However, the truth of the matter appears to be a little different.