Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Suburbs where owners sell before auction (and where there’s no chance)
Melbourne a city that invented the auction method as Australia now knows it is not afraid to take a gamble under the hammer.
Unlike our counterparts in Sydney, data shows Melbourne sellers rarely negotiate with buyers before auction day, preferring instead to see the campaign through to its end.
Just 15.4 per cent of Melburnians agreed to sell prior to their scheduled auction in June, Domain Group data shows; a statistic that is on average for Australias a…
- The most annoying types of neighbours
We all know that were supposed to love our neighbours like we love ourselves. But this is much easier said than done, especially when your neighbours have annoying habitsthat drive you completely insane….
- Home loans plunge in 2015-16: AFG
With interest rates at record lows are quite rightly checking with their mortgage broker to ensure they are not paying too much for their home loan, he…
- Oswals' derelict mansion set for demolition after court strikes out mortgage
Perth is a step closer to losing one of its most unwelcome icons after the Peppermint Grove Council announced a tender this week to demolish the…
- No foreign property buyer slug in SA like eastern states vows Treasurer
Foreign property investors who’ve been punished with extra taxes and surcharges in NSW, Queensland and Victoria will be spared from any extra…
- New trends emerge among Australian property buyers and renters
Over the past five years, significant new trends have come about as Australian property buyers and renters continue to adapt to changing market…
- Brokers to reap benefits of new e-Conveyancing legislation
Innovative e-Conveyancing legislation passed in South Australia will streamline the property buying process
- Brexit to boost Aussie property prices
The United Kingdoms vote for Brexit could boost the Australian property market, according to a new analysis
- Hanson, One Nation bad news for foreign investors
One outcome from Saturdays federal election could have a negative impact on the Australian property market
- Variable rate holders better off than fixed rate holders
Variable rate mortgage holders have it better off than fixed rate mortgage holders in the long term, a new analysis has revealed