Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership December 28, 2017

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

  • Comment: Five things we learnt about the property market in 2017
    The year 2017 seemed to be the year when property finally overtook pornography as the dirty secret of everyones browser history as the entire nation indulged in unrealistic fantasy play regarding their housing situation….
  • Talking Point: Helping homebuyers secure a stake in Tasmania's sizzling property market
    Tasmania enjoys a very high rate of home ownership, well above Australia’s national average, and a re-elected majority Liberal Government will sustain … House prices are rising, and we know affordability is a concern for many people, which is why we are helping Tasmanians turn the key on their first…
  • How governments can ease our housing affordability pain in 2018
    The rising cost of living also adds additional pressure to meeting rent or mortgage repayments. Housing is expensive and it’s not getting any cheaper any time soon. Property Council data shows the median house price in Sydney is $975,000, with the median unit value not much cheaper at $725,000…
  • The 'Cash Me Ousside' Girl Just Paid Off Her Mum's Mortgage
    14-year-old Danielle Bregoli is proving that it pays to be a meme, the viral-star-turned-rapper just paid off her mother’s mortgage as a Christmas present! Danielle, now known in the rap world as Bhad Bhabie, is actually making a name for herself in the rap scene and it appears the money is rolling in…
  • Sydney suburbs finished 2017 with vastly different price increases
    Tightly-held harbour enclave McMahons Point had the country’s fastest growing house prices for the year, with the median surging 45 per cent to hit $3.98 million a jump equivalent to $1.24 million. The suburb also had Sydney’s fastest growing median unit price which climbed about $390,000 or…
  • What you need to know when looking to buy a holiday home at the NSW South Coast
    During the Christmas holidays, a great number of Canberrans journey to the NSW SouthCoast, escaping the inland life to embrace salt water, sand and sun.
    For years this idyllic lifestyle has attracted those from the nations capital, with many deciding to buy a place to call their own.
    With many Canberrans down the coast, the lure of a holiday house may be stronger.
    Allhomes gets the lowdown on buying at the South Coast from <a href="…