Speculation about a housing bubble is likely to heat up even further, with Sydney and Melbourne property prices up more than 5 per cent.
Australians are facing the choice of either moving to a bigger house or renovating their existing home.
The latest distraction in the housing affordability debate has been the claim “foreigners” are buying 11 per cent of NSW property.
Stamp duty cuts and government handouts both sound like great ideas if you’re a first-home buyer facing sky-high house prices.
Tenants pay a premium to rent Sydney homes, but many refuse to ask for maintenance out of fear of retaliation, experts say.
Clearance rates may be back above 80 per cent, but there are some suburbs where buyers have more choice than others.
After a four-year property boom, are storm clouds brewing?
If housing markets across Australia were as strong as Sydney’s, it’s likely the official interest rate would double.
A leading expert on tall buildings slammed 95 per cent of skyscrapers as “crap pieces of design”. But there are some in Australia getting it right.
Those looking to make the most of a renovation are often left deciding between holding onto the property as a rental, or flipping it for profit.