The emergence of a property investment lobby group can only mean one thing: political support for rampant speculative investment is starting to decline.
Don’t judge a book by its cover, they say, but let’s face it, we all do it.
The Sydney housing market is keeping its head above water with auction sales on the weekend yielding the best result since September 9.
Melbourne home buyers are increasingly striving to get bang for their buck by making “cross-city” moves to new areas.
The house that love built has been snapped up at auction for $700,000 — $50,000 over its reserve – by a young first home buyer family who are thrilled that their purchase will also help fund the battle against childhood cancer.
Melbourne’s auction market produced yet another robust result for most sellers as the spring selling season moves towards a remarkable crescendo next weekend.
Sydney recorded a sturdy auction clearance rate at the weekend with the local market showing resilience following a recent trend of declining buyer activity.
There are few things that enrage lovers of Melbourne’s live music scene quite like pub neighbours who complain about noise.
Sydney in the 1970s was a world apart from how the city looks today.
The secret of Sydney’s soaring building approvals cannot be hidden.