Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership September 25, 2017

Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.

  • Six things that interstate buyers must understand about Queensland
    More interstate investors are eyeing off the Sunshine State because of its affordability but buying in Queensland is different than elsewhere.
    Differing rules and regulations around the country means that buying and selling property is not the same in each State or Territory.
    In fact, Queensland has plenty of property quirks that interstate buyers must understand to prevent an investment blunder.
    Real Estate Institute of Queensland CEO Antonia Mercorella says the state&rs…
  • Canary in the coal mine: Why a sports car sales slump is bad news for house prices
    Dark days lie ahead for Australian luxury car retailers as sales screech to their biggest annual decline in more than five years. But those numbers…
  • Canary in the coal mine: Why a sports car sales slump is bad news for house prices
    Dark days lie ahead for Australian luxury car retailers as sales screech to their biggest annual decline in more than five years. But those numbers could also hold a hint or two about the state of the housing market.
    Experts worry a slump in luxury car sales is a canary yellow Porsche in the coalmine for the health of the Australian economy and, in particular, house prices.
    In the past, when the top end of the new vehicle market has peaked it has signalled slowdowns,&rdqu…
  • We saved a $30,000 deposit by living with my parents. It wasn’t worth it
    Back in the early 2000s, my wife and I were desperately wanting our own home. Wed been renting a one-bedroom apartment in Mosman and working as domestic cleaners, scrubbing wealthy peoples toilets and babysitting their kids.
    Money was tight, and the chance of saving a deposit was slipping further away.
    Trying to be kind, my mother and father suggested we stay with them free of charge to enable us to get our cash together. Great idea we thought….
  • Mortgage crackdown is hurting us: regional banks
    Mortgage crackdown is hurting us: regional banks …. “If we’re really concerned about house prices getting away from everyone in Sydney and…
  • Sunshine, Albion among our top suburbs for 10-year growth
    Once stigmatised and now gentrifying western suburbs Sunshine and Albion weren’t far behind up 11 per cent each year to median house prices of…

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