Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership January 30, 2020

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

  • Melbourne’s most affordable and liveable suburbs have become more expensive
    House prices in some of Melbournes most affordable and liveable suburbs have increased by tens of thousands of dollars in just three months, new data shows.
    Frankston now takes the title as Melbournes most affordable liveable suburb with a median house price of $570,000, overtaking Dandenong where prices have jumped.
    Twenty-one suburbs were pinpointed as being both affordable and liveable, an <a href="https://www.domain.com.au/liveable-melb…
  • More than half of first-home buyer hopefuls plan on buying this year despite soaring property prices
    First-home buyers dreams of home ownership have not been crushed yet, new research shows, despite rising prices in most capital cities around Australia.
    More than half (51 per cent) of first-home buyer hopefuls plan on buying property in the next 12 months, according to MEs latest quarterly property sentiment report, which surveyed 1000 Australians in the property market in January.
    Thats an increase from 38 per cent in the se…
  • Australia’s biggest house price rises: The regional town that has rebounded 27 per cent
    A West Australian mining town that suffered one of the nations most dramatic property price crashes has earned the ultimate comeback crown after house prices there rose 26.9 per cent over the past year….
  • Sydney’s most liveable suburbs see six-figure price falls, data shows
    Property prices in some of Sydneys most liveable suburbs have recorded six-figure price cuts, new data shows, with more than a dozen top suburbs now priced below the city-wide median.
    Suburbs across the lower north shore, inner city and eastern suburbs dominated the top spots in theDomain Liveable Sydneystudy, released last year.
    While buying into one of the citys most liveable neighbourhoods does not come cheap, many have become more affordable&…
  • Suncorp's loyalty tax at upper end of spectrum
    Suncorp has revealed the gap in home loan rates between loyal customers and new business is an average of 45 … Analysis performed by online mortgage broking comparison platform Lendi late last year found the gap had blown…
  • Melbourne's property prices look set for a new record high: REIV
    With just under $6,800 left to regain, it appears that house prices are set for a new record high next quarter. However, this recovery remains uneven…
  • Millennials not attracted to property
    “For those born in 1950, the greatest appreciation in house prices has occurred over the past 20 years, a period of time that has coincided with falling…