"The majority of the growth in population attributable to overseas migration is occurring in the eastern seaboard states, which underpins the strong growth in these jurisdictions."
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.
While we were all tucking in to our Christmas ham, the latest series of population data was released by the ABS revealing a few new records broken by Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia, Northern Territory, and New South Wales.
The Green Building Council of Australia applauds the Assistant Minister for Cities' commitment to a National Cities Performance Framework.
The Townsville market has been subdued over the last few years, but it retains rock-solid fundamentals.
The rate of population growth in Victoria is significantly higher than in all other states and territories.
Australia’s population broke through 24 million during first quarter of 2016.
Victorian state government population forecasts say Victoria's population will almost double within 35 years, with the number of people living in inner and middle suburbs growing by 1 million.
New apartment supply, low wages growth and slowing population growth are causing rents to fall and sending yields to record lows.
Darwin's property market has performed the best out of all eight capital city markets across the fifteen years since the turn of the century.
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