Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership April 27, 2016

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

  • US house prices rise in February
    JOSEPH DE AVILA. Two international property investors have paid more than $US1.4 billion ($1.8bn) for the Sony Building in New York. Chief Officer.
  • Heading to the beach for prestige property
    There was a time when houses at the beach were for holidaymakers and fringe-dwellers who couldnt afford to live closer to the city. But today youre far morelikely to find a Porsche Cayenne in the driveway, a CCTV camera on the porchand a community with as many investment bankers as long-time laidback locals….
  • Transitions: A holiday lifestyle at home
    NORTH ARM QLD 4561 261 North Arm Road
    FOR SALE PRICE $2.8 million
    KEN GUY BUDERIM 07 5445 2844 0418 731588
    6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 10 car spaces
    1 swimming pool
    1 golf course
    Its not every day that you come across a home with its own nine-hole golf course.
    And the owners of a resort-style property at North Arm on Queenslands Sunshine …
  • US House Prices Rise at Solid Pace
    Housing Market Trying to Stay Upbeat mortgage Home Mortgages Fall to 7-Month Low. advertisement. house prices. Favorite Loading save article…
  • The major benefits of getting specialist mortgage provider
    This is perhaps the prime reason for hiring a mortgage broker. No matter whether you are looking forward to Casual Employment home loan or…
  • Grattan Institute report on negative gearing rubbished by PM
    It calculated house prices would be about 2 per cent lower than they … the treasurer, ramped up the government’s defence of property investors, telling…
  • Negative gearing to remain unchanged
    The governments decision to leave negative gearing untouched is a win for both property owners and renters according to Damian Collins.
  • Clarence Property announces $50 million mortgage fund
    A northern NSW investment fund manager is embarking on a $50 million mortgage fund providing investment loans on properties of between $200,000 and $5 million.