Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Out of town: Manderley buyers revealed
Thenew owners of one of Bowrals local landmarks the mansion known asManderleyareornithologistRon Woollerand his wife Sue….
- Melbourne house buyers willing to forgo critical features in bid to secure home
Desperate home buyershave splurged millions on houseswithout critical features such asparking, outdoor space or even a kitchen….
- Beyond Sydney: A bungalow in Leura
Itboasts an artists studio, north-facing rooms to capture the warming wintersun, and has been beautifully renovated over the past three years. This classicCalifornian bungalow at 78 Gladstone Road in pretty Leura is also on anappealingly large block a sizeable 1800 square metres just one kilometre from Leura Golf Club….
- New homes: A cool change is in the air
The Pavilions 184 Wyndora Avenue, Freshwater Three beds, 170 square metres, $1.95 million to $2.5 million Due for completion December 2017 Agent Adam Reeves, Ray White Manly, 0408 101 525;thepavilionsfreshwater.com.au See more at domain.com.au/project/1734…
- Why Gen Y are really Gen Boomerang
SYDNEY’S skyrocketing house prices are putting Baby Boomers’ retirement adventures on hold because their adult children are heading home to…
- Variable rate demand enjoys slight lift
Ongoing speculation about another interest rate cut in the coming months has encouraged an increasing number of borrowers to choose a variable rate home loan, new research has revealed.
- Bank Of Queensland Yield Still Impressive
With improved conditions recently experienced in mortgage and deposit pricing, Ord Minnett observes the weak margin did not reflect these new…
- It's time for a serious discussion about what's really happening in Australia's housing market
… to reinforce sound residential mortgage lending practices by lenders. … what exactly was happening with home loan lending standards at present.
- AFG Home Loans strengthen white label offering
AFG Home Loans relaunched its suite of white label products funded through its relationship with Adelaide Bank
- Negative equity risk for nearly 7% of Australian mortgage holders
A new report has shed light on this group of property owners and found which states are the hot spots for equity risk
- SMSFs and property a “ticking time bomb”
The increased use of self-managed super funds as leverage could have significant negative effects on the real estate market