Toorak home for sale
Reflecting 18th century Île de France architecture, this Parisian-style property is for sale by Justin Long and Nicholas Brooks of Marshall White.
Proposals cloud government moves on affordable housing
REIV CEO Gil King, asks why the Victorian state government announcement 'Long-term security for tenants' has been made in the middle of the 'Fairer, Safer Housing' review process.
Demand for Randwick property already exceeding supply
Local agents say Randwick property is already highly sought after, in the wake of Knight Frank's naming of the suburb as a potential growth hotspot for its proximity to the new light rail.
Catalonian Pritzker Prize winners blend old with new
Three Catalonian architects, Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta, who have worked together for nearly 30 years, have been named Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureates.
Tuscan villa in Research for sale
This property was built with an emphasis on entertaining by Alan Baxter of Jaysar Holdings and designed by architect Leo Pegoli, it is for sale by Aaron Yeates and John Le Gros of Barry Plant.
Australia still a property hot spot for Chinese buyers
Chinese investors are finding new ways to finance real estate purchases in Australia, with 40 per cent saying they would use vendor finance to buy property over the recent Golden Week holiday period, according to Jon Ellis of Investorist.
Property prices at cyclical high: CoreLogic
With the current cycle in its 58th month, property price growth hit a new high in February, with prices rising 1.4 per cent to be up 11.7 per cent for the year.
Knight Frank Wealth Report shows Australia still mixing it with the best
Sydney sits at 11th on Knight Frank's index of luxury residential property, the PIRI 100, with Melbourne just behind at 12th.
Historic house in Kew for sale
This Victorian era residence on 717 square metres was renovated by restoration architect Kai Chen and is for sale by Andrew Gibbons and Hamish Tostevin of Marshall White.
Victorian rental reforms will hit our most vulnerable: REIV
Gil King, chief executive officer of the Real Estate Institute of Victoria, writes that higher costs for landlords could translate into higher rents and lower supply of rental property.