My grade five teacher tried to explain inflation to us: “When you’re around the age of 30, the average house will cost a million dollars.”
Bans on pets, restrictions on smoking, the right to tow rogue parkers’ cars and body corporates being able to issue their own fines for by-law breaches are all included in radical changes proposed for Queensland’s strata laws.
Buyers are already circling after plan to divide super-sized Peppermint Grove block gets in-principle shire approval.
APRA data analysis conducted by Finder.com.au shows that the proportion of home loans with less than a 20 per cent deposit has dropped.
The Geelong region’s robust housing market is being reflected in rising land sales with increasing demand particularly for coastal suburbs.
Two prominent blocks on Mort Street in Braddon are among six high-profile commercial assets set to hit the market this February.
Property investors could lose capital gains tax concessions as the Turnbull government looks at ways of improving housing affordability and its own budget bottom line.
Fears about potential eviction, blacklisting, and rent hikes are stopping one- in-seven Australian tenants from making complaints about or requesting repairs on rental properties.
Many more households are living in insecure and/or overpriced accommodation, and the weakness of state policies is adding to the problem.
A prize-winning Melbourne artist is suing department store Target, claiming it used his graphic design without permission in its “Affordable Art” collection.