Top end of market faring well, but change is in the air
The top end of the property market continues to surge, with the clearance rate hitting 77.1 per cent on the weekend, but a change of sentiment is "in the wind" according to John Cunningham, president of the REINSW.
REINSW's Novice Auctioneers Competition kicks off
In his first official auction, Michael Garofolo won heat one of this year's REINSW Novice Auctioneers Competition.
Survey shows investors still bullish despite bubble concern
A new survey shows that half of Australia's property investors aim to grow their portfolio this year, although some markets are more in favour than others.
Large Pymble property for sale
'Knole' is a sprawling 1930s family estate offering space, privacy and tranquility and is for sale by Darren Curtis and Martin Ross of Ken Jacobs Christie's International Real Estate.
Melbourne gears up for bumper auction weekend
Melbourne is gearing up for the biggest auction weekend so far this year with more than 1,500 homes set to go under the hammer.
Best in the industry recognised at REIA's 2017 National Awards for Excellence
The Real Estate Institute of Australia has recognised the profession’s most outstanding performers at the 12th Annual REIA National Awards for Excellence.
Vic removal of stamp duty exemption for OTP buyers 'final nail in coffin'
The Victorian government's decision to scrap the stamp duty exemption for buyers purchasing off-the-plan could mean lower supply of new dwellings, sending prices and rents higher, says Sam Tarascio of Salta Properties.
Melbourne apartments not up to new standards
Only 7.7 per cent of Melbourne's apartments would comply with new room-size standards, according to the latest research from Secret Agent.
Contemporary Fitzroy home for sale
This neo-modernist style property is the home of award-winning 'The Rosie Project' author Graeme Simsion and is for sale by Rick Daniel and Arch Staver of Nelson Alexander.
Tougher home lending not the answer for WA: REIWA, UDIA WA
Imposing tougher lending conditions in Western Australia could "see the green shoots that are just starting to emerge killed off", says UDIA WA CEO, Allison Hailes.