Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership July 17, 2017

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

  • Home building set to shrink: Deloitte
    Gravity may well have caught up with the “stupidity” surrounding house prices, prominent economist Chris Richardson says. But Mr Richardson warns…
  • Iconic Queensland winery on the market for the first time in nearly 20 years
    In the weeks before hed even begun as a wine producer, Robert Channon was sued by a famous champagne brand and the vines hed ordered got sold to a bigger player.
    But 19 years on, having carved an admirable niche in the Australian wine industry, Mr Channon looks back upon those two hitches as tremendous strokes of luck.
    The former solicitor and his wife Peggy, previously a teacher, bought their 129ha in southern Queenslands cool-climate Granite Belt in 1998.<…
  • The top 5 houses on acreage within 20km of Brisbane’s CBD
    Within 20 kilometres of the city centre, there are still large tracts of land with acreage properties available; an advantage Brisbane has over its southern neighbours, Sydney and Melbourne.
    Depending on the area, they can also be prestigious postcodes with buyers paying millions of dollars for sprawling family homes.
    35 Neville Road, Bridgeman Downs
  • Bank reforms in Australia may result in cheaper mortgages
    This is about giving Australians more opportunities to get a better deal for their home loan and their deposits, Mr Morrison said. The reforms aim to…
  • Spotlight shines on shadow banking
    When APRA slapped a 10 per cent growth limit on bank lending to investors, offshore buyers and other property investors rushed to financiers that…
  • Revolution in bank sector
    He said better home loan deals would result a prospect that will resonate with the thousands of Australians who step out every weekend in the … About four in five Australian households have a mortgage with one of the quartet.