Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership June 30, 2018

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

  • Bank extends fee waiver for low-rate mortgage
    Anyone who took out a $400,000 Basic Home Loan with a 30-year loan term would have to repay $1,830 per month and $658,742 over the life of the…
  • Optus Stadium dominates WA Australian Institute of Architects Awards
    WAs leading architects were celebrated on Friday night at the Australian Institute of Architects 2018 WA Architecture Awards at St Georges Cathedral in Perth.
    The citys newest sporting arena, Optus Stadium, dominated in the commercial categories picking up five separate awards, including the prestigious George Temple Poole Award for overall excellence in design.
    The jury described it as an outstanding example of a multi-sports and entertainment infrastructur…
  • Filmmaker Alex Proyas sells Blue Mountains’ Invisible House for $3 million
    Hollywood filmmaker Alex Proyashas sold his award-winning Blue Mountains retreat, Invisible House,for about $3 million.
    Despite the propertys impressive design accolades the rumoured sale result shows it was seriously discounted from the original $9 million hopes when it was listed two years ago. The price guide was more recently reset at $4.8 million.
    Art collector and leading Brett Whiteley art dealer SteveNasteskiis expected to emerge as one of …
  • Melbourne and Sydney drag down national house prices
    It expects a near 5 per cent fall this year for house prices before Sydney returns to growth next year, while apartments would retain value, edging up…
  • Prominent lobbyist Simone Holzapfel and husband took out $1.75m loan to put towards $1.2m debt
    Evidence tendered to the Supreme Court as part of a mortgagee repossession also shows a mortgage to a third company was registered two days…
  • Tiny houses help beat affordability squeeze
    a home, ownership rates are falling. … such as building an extra 50,000 homes a year for the next decade to reduce house prices by 5-20 per cent.