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Top tier feeling property price pinch

20.02.2018  Homes in the 10th decile — the top 10% — have fallen by 3.2% since the start of the year, likely reflecting weakness in Sydney and to a lesser degree Melbourne. read on...

RBA keeping close eye on 'pockets' of mortgage stress

20.02.2018  The Reserve Bank says there are "pockets" of financial stress among the highly-indebted household sector, and it is closely watching how customers with interest-only loans manage when they are required to start paying back principal over the coming years. read on...

The Perth suburbs dodging WA’s population boom

19.02.2018  Western Australia welcomed an additional 500,000 residents into the state in the ten years to 2016, with some Perth councils nearly doubling in size to absorb the intake - while others barely moved. read on...

Bank says days of soaring house price growth areo ver

19.02.2018  House price growth in Australia has been slowing in recent months in a trend that trend looks set to continue, says the Commonwealth Bank. read on...

Suburbs under $400,000 are tipped to outshine Sydney

19.02.2018  Nine Queensland cities are tipped to return more bang for buck than star performers Sydney and Melbourne — and they’re about 50 per cent cheaper too. read on...

RBA boss welcomes property price slowdown

17.02.2018  RBA governor Philip Lowe says a continuation of recent easing in the Sydney and Melbourne property markets would be welcome. read on...

Record number of luxury sales in Tasmania

16.02.2018  A record number of homes sold for $1 million or more in Tasmania last year. read on...

RBA reiterates does not see case for rate rise

16.02.2018  The Reserve Bank governor, Philip Lowe, says the next move in interest rates is likely to be up rather than down, but any change is still some way off. read on...

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