What will happen when interest rates rise, and how can we prepare for a higher interest rate environment?
I've been hearing about a housing market bubble for over 10 years, but what would actually cause the property market to crash?
The latest data from the ABS shows that the housing market is moderating.
Australia’s economy contracted during the September 2016 quarter, only the third decline in the last decade, due in part to a decline in construction activity.
The Housing Industry Association's Stamp Duty Watch reveals current rates of stamp duty mean the typical Australian family is paying more than $100 in additional mortgage repayments each month.
CBA, the National Australia Bank, and Westpac are raising mortgage interest rates amid higher global funding costs.
Auction clearance rates remained strong last week, as volumes dipped in the lead up to the holiday season, and despite news the big four banks are beginning to increase interest rates.
At a meeting of state and federal treasurers on Friday, Scott Morrison said negative gearing would stay. He also outlined new ways to attract private investment into affordable rental housing.
CoreLogic data for November shows property prices rose in every city except Melbourne, as increased apartment supply begins to bite.
Premier Mike Baird told guests at the National Press Club on Tuesday that negative gearing should be part of the debate about housing affordability.
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