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No housing bubble: The big bank economists' conclusion

Australia’s four leading bank economists recently declaired there is no housing bubble. by Jonathan Chancellor
 

Australian housing prices up to 30% overvalued: Standard Life economist

The UK-based economist Jeremy Lawson, a former senior economist at the Reserve Bank of Australia, has warned that Australian housing prices are as much as 30% above fair value. by Jonathan Chancellor
 

Auction numbers up as Sydney continues to lead the way

Australia’s property market had a solid weekend at auction, despite the clearance rate taking a slight dip from last week. by Kirsten Robb
 

Australia's top 25 most expensive suburbs: RP Data

Australia’s million dollar property club hit new heights this year in what can only be described as an explosion in the number of suburbs nationally with a median value in excess of $1 million over the past year. by Cameron Kusher
 

10 first homebuyer lessons to teach your children

As parents, we all want to see our children succeed in life. Helping them invest wisely is one way of doing that. by Michael Yardney
 

House price inflation "remained robust": RBA's August minutes

Conditions in the established housing market remain strong, according to latest meeting minutes from the RBA. by Jonathan Chancellor
 

Auction numbers swells as spring approaches

Auction numbers have surged off the back of a strong market since the start of 2014, with 42% more homes sold under the hammer compared to this time last year, according to RP Data. by Kirsten Robb
 

Where the experts bought their first homes

A number of leading property investors and industry experts were asked about when they bought their first homes and why. Here's what they revealed. by Jennifer Duke and Jessie Richardson
 

Nothing is free: Two SMSF services fined by ASIC for misleading claims

Property investors are increasingly using self-managed super funds (SMSF) as low cost investment vehicles.

 by Jessie Richardson
 

The No. 1 driver of property price growth

There is a reason intense economic activity is concentrating in CBDs and inner suburbs. And it's affecting property investment decisions. by Michael Yardney
 

Bank of Queensland chief Stuart Grimshaw quits after three years for NASDAQ-listed easy cash

The Bank of Queensland chief executive Stuart Grimshaw has resigned to pursue a non-banking opportunity. by Jonathan Chancellor
 

Housing finance data reveals possible slowdown in investment demand

The total value of housing finance commitments increased by 1.0% in June 2014. by Cameron Kusher
 

A tale of two auction cities: Melbourne misses the mark as Sydney soars into spring

The Melbourne property market stumbled over its first hurdle at the weekend, as a rise in auction volumes saw the city post a relatively poor clearance rate of 63.9%. by Kirsten Robb
 

RBA sits tight once again on 2.5% cash rate

Interest rates will remain at record lows for another month, with the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) choosing not to change the overnight cash rate of 2.5%. by Jessie Richardson
 

Interest rates are low, but does this mean you should buy an investment property?

Have a look at a home loan comparison website and you’ll see a growing number of variable rate mortgages are now below 5%. by Mark Bouris
 

National clearance rate lifts as spring market expected to still bloom

The property clearance rate crept higher again across capital cities this weekend, as experts shrug off suggestions the spring market will not reach full bloom this year. by Kirsten Robb
 

Investor property loan growth back to pre-GFC levels: RBA

Divergent trends are apparent in the housing market of late, with investors continuing to show momentum, while credit to owner-occupiers has consolidated since the end of last year. by Jonathan Chancellor
 

The five mistakes every first time property investor should avoid

Helpful advice to ensure first time property investors aren't left with a feeling of regret. by FRANK VALENTIC
 

Look what’s happening to Australia’s population

Australia's population growth is one of the underlying factors in the continued health of property as an investment. by Michael Yardney
 

Are these really Australia’s 10 best rental suburbs?

A new report from OnTheHouse has released new predictions data presenting the top 10 suburbs nationwide with opportunities for residential buyers. by Jennifer Duke
 
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