Residential rents have soared over February and vacancy rates are tightening despite surging investor activity.
Building up seems to be the go-to solution for urban housing. Tall, thin buildings are transforming skylines from Manhattan to Dubai.
A single house balancing precariously in the middle of a construction site may seem like a doomed and fragile structure. But in China, these residences have become a potent symbol of resistance.
The 13,300-square-metre site at the corner of State Circle and Canberra Avenue in Forrest was purchased by a local company.
New figures based on the company’s data and checked by the ATO show the profits may not be what they seem.
When you think of affordable housing tenants Sydneysider Alice Anderson probably isn’t the type of person that springs to mind.
It is arguably the best of any residential building in Melbourne.
More than 200,000 unit owners have been slugged with compulsory “compliance fees” potentially totalling millions of dollars, that critics have branded “gouging”.
Community resistance is impacting the supply of affordable housing
Former premier Ted Baillieu has failed in a last-ditch bid to prevent the demolition of half a Hawthorn duplex.