In the wake of a new vacancy tax, housing advocates want the owners of empty properties in inner Melbourne to consider renting to tenants on low incomes.
Looking at Australian property prices can make it tempting to search where the grass is much greener.
A Sydney unit owner who converted to Buddhism, became a monk, renounced all his earthly possessions and vanished to Malaysia has ended up doing all NSW apartment residents a huge favour.
When 3 Grant Street, Camp Hill, went on the market, the very first family to walk into its doors would end up being the last to bid on auction day.
For the first time ever in Melbourne, a tiny house sold under the hammer on Saturday afternoon.
The personal renovation project of Josh Barker and Elyse Knowles, the winners of The Block, has sold at auction for $1.63 million.
TITLE DEEDS: John Schaeffer offers up another prize; healthcare boss spends $11.75 million in Birchgrove; and The Sapphires’ Beverly Briggs lists in Zetland.
The four-bedroom duplex in North Bondi’s Ben Buckler neighbourhood currently for sale with a $3.8 million guide is a fairly unassuming Sydney home, given its owner is the daughter of the late Philippine dictator, Ferdinand Marcos.
Hop on a train to the end of the line and you’ll find cheaper properties, right?
Despite the unprecedented odds of Australia having seven among the shortlisted entries in the House section at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin, Australians didn’t take out any of the prizes on the first day of judging on Wednesday.