Unique Battery Point property for sale
Sitting high above the water is a home with a blend of Georgian and modern architecture, designed by Maria Gigney Architects, and for sale by Pam Corkhill of Knight Frank.
Are we becoming a nation of renters?
Strong growth in the number of properties available for rent could mean population growth is increasingly housed in investment properties, says Cameron Kusher, head of research at CoreLogic.
St John's Anglican church near Daylesford for sale
The quaint, well maintained chapel only five minutes from Daylesford will "appeal to a broad church," says Mark Smith of hockingstuart Daylesford.
Low rates, high rents lead commercial tenants to become owner-occupiers
With interest rates at historic lows, and commercial rents on the rise, buying and occupying commercial property has growing appeal, says Fred Nucara, director of Beller Commercial.
Queensland home of the year for sale
This Paul Clout designed and built home in Noosaville has over forty-five metres of water frontage and is for sale by John Dover of Tom Offermann.
Economics, not investors, driving house prices, says REIA
Strong returns are driving increases in property investment, not negative gearing, says Malcolm Gunning, president of the REIA.
Foreign buyers account for 11% of all NSW home sales
Between July and September 2016, foreign nationals accounted for 11 per cent of all NSW residential property sales, compared with first-home buyers who accounted for only 7.51 per cent.
REIWA welcomes new Labor government
The new Western Australian government must tackle housing affordability, says Hayden Groves, president of the REIWA.
A piece of Hobart's history is for sale
The award-winning restoration of 'Lauderdale Cottage' has created a modern home etched with character and is for sale by Pam Corkhill and Anne Boman of Knight Frank.
REIV backs changes to Victoria's zoning rules
With Melbourne's population expected to grow by 100,000 new residents every year, the changes allow for greater density in the city's middle-ring suburbs, says Joseph Walton of the REIV.