Harbourside home in Darling Point for sale
Set on an elevated position on Sydney harbour, this home was designed by architect Jahn and Associates with interiors by Nellie Tilley and is for sale by D'Leanne Lewis of Laing+Simmons Double Bay.
BankWest to remove negative gearing benefits for mortgages
Commonwealth Bank subsidiary, BankWest, has confirmed it will remove negative gearing benefits when determining loan eligibility.
Taking the social-media content strategy leap
Lee Wade, head of digital CoreLogic, shares his hints, tips and tricks for creating an engaging social-media strategy in a three-part series - 'The 2017 real estate social-media primer' - which will appear in The Real Estate Conversation over the next few days.
Boiling weather spilled over into a hot auction market on the weekend
Auction clearance rates were well ahead of results for the same time last year, according to CoreLogic, indicating that despite volumes almost doubling from the previous week, buyer demand is still red hot.
Mansion on one hectare for sale in Chandler
This Georgian-inspired home with seven bedrooms in Chandler, Queensland, is for sale by Tyson Clarke of Sotheby's Queensland.
Women's real-estate network encourages 'taking the next step'
This year, 'Catch Up with the Property Girls' events will be aimed at encouraging women to take the next step in their careers.
Real estate and art unite through desire to spread trash message
When Ian Campbell, principal of Ray White Elizabeth Bay, learned that his friend Marina DeBris was using her art to raise awareness of pollution in the ocean, he decided to support her practice, and they have forged a partnership spanning many years.
How to keep your home cool as half the nation swelters
As Australians faces scorching temperatures across four states this weekend, we take a look at how to keep your home cool - without switching on the air-con.
Noosa riverfront house for sale
This house on the banks of Noosa River was designed by Architect Peter Hull, built by Chris Smith, and is for sale by Mal Cox of Tom Offermann.
Days on market down as buyer demand gathers pace
Properties are selling more quickly around Australia, but are selling the most quickly in Melbourne, according to new data from CoreLogic.