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Cheap credit fuels house price rises

20.04.2018  House prices are increasing by up to 20,000 times faster than income in some of Melbourne and Sydney's outer suburbs as easy credit, record population growth and inadequate new housing supply outpace wage growth, analysis reveals. read on...

Third of Aussies treading water with money

19.04.2018  More than a third of Australians are treading water financially, with many struggling and often running out of money for food or bills, new research shows. read on...

Hopes rise across property sector

19.04.2018  Confidence across Australia's property industry has surged to its highest level in six years despite a negative outlook for residential and retail property values in NSW, according to the latest ANZ/Property Council of Australia report . read on...

Apartment living could be the future for Melbourne families

18.04.2018  Property experts have called for height restrictions to be relaxed around what will become "mini CBD's" in Melbourne's middle-ring suburbs over the coming decades. read on...

Seven figure sales show Ipswich is a property gold mine

18.04.2018  Many Ipswich residents may not realise they are sitting on a property gold mine, with two homes snatching seven figures in the past few months. read on...

Apartments outperforming houses could be signal to buy

17.04.2018  Apartment owners have been spared the worst of the falls in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, the three overall weakest capital city markets this year. read on...

Melbourne’s star suburbs rising more than $1000 a day

17.04.2018  Homeowners in Melbourne’s top performing suburbs for annual price growth have enjoyed gains equivalent to earning up to $220 an hour at a full time job. read on...

RBA board expects next rate move to be up

17.04.2018  The economy is this year expected to grow faster than its speed limit - estimated at 2.75 per cent by Treasury - with inflation just above the bottom of its target, the central bank said in minutes of its April policy meeting. read on...

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