'The Adobe' was designed by architect Stuart Wilde and is set in the Hinterland of New South Wales' lush South Coast. It is for sale by Robert Hull of Raine and Horne.
A large, north-east facing Dover Heights home with ocean views is on the market through James Dunn and Jack Greentree of Richardson & Wrench Double Bay.
Recent state and territory budgets will result in some changes to property taxes and first home buyer incentives.
The roll on effect could be an economic disaster for Australia with fewer international students, slower population growth and higher unemployment.
Foreign real estate investors in NSW will be hit with new stamp duty charges and a land tax in the upcoming budget.
The NSW government should provide first homebuyers with a 50 per cent reduction in the stamp duty on a purchase of a residential property less than $1 million and provide the ability to pay the stamp duty over time.
The Property Council is urging the NSW government not to follow Victoria's lead and increase stamp duty and land tax for foreign property investors.
In a competitive market, where bloated prices have forced many to look beyond Sydney, Port Stephens is emerging as an attractive alternative for Australian homebuyers and investors.
The NSW government has given the public more time to comment on a discussion paper aimed at improving the supply of townhouse and terrace-style developments.
Much of this recent price growth can be attributed to the ripple effect from Sydney's boom, but the region's own economic development has also helped.
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