Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Apartment rents continue to climb in Sydney: Domain Group
Record high-risebuilding in Sydney has yet to provide any relief for renters, with apartment rents jumping sharply in the June quarter, data shows.
The median weekly advertised rent for an apartment in the harbour city isnow $520 a week, just $5 cheaper than houses, according to Domain Groups Rental Market Report released on Thursday.
But experts are predicting the trend will turn around as a record surge in apartment developmentsare built, mainly owned …
- Finance Partners' new mortgage fund to fill financing gap
Property advisory house Finance Partners (DFP) is launching a $50 million mortgage fund to support property projects that find it difficult to obtain…
- NSW property market in a stable condition after making a positive start to 2016, new report claims
Home loan affordability has increased by 3 per cent in the last 12 months, improving confidence for mortgage holders, she added. The low interest rate…
- HashChing – meet the mortgage whisperers
Theres a silent revolution sweeping the $1.5 trillion dollar Australian mortgage market and its been started by two friends with a secret.
- Meet the mortgage whisperers
Dubbed the Mortgage Whispherers, Mandeep Sodhi and Atul Narang are the founders of HashChing an online marketplace for home loan deals…
- Buyer's market conditions emerging
Home loan affordability has increased by 3.0 per cent in the last 12 months, leading to a 15 per cent rise in confidence for mortgage holders, Dr…
- Explainer: how the paperless property market works
Paperless house sales are now a reality but it might be some time before well all be buying and selling property online.
- Crowd-funded marketing campaign helps brokers fight the big banks
A Sydney-based chiropractor is helping mortgage brokers fight back against the big advertising dollars of the big banks
- Major banks cut fixed loans
NAB Broker and ANZ have both announced fixed rate home loan reductions