Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Julia Cooney leads young and rich with $8.67m first-home buy in Darling Point
As uni student accommodation goes, the Darling Point digs bought by one 20-year-old medicine undergraduate this week is likely better than most given its $8.67 million price tag. But then Julia Cooneymay well have had a little help from her father, yachtie and renewable energy bossJimCooney, in fundingher first home….
- ACT loans drop 17.1 per cent over the first three months of 2018
The number of home loans in the ACT fell17.1 per cent over the first three months of 2018, according to a new report.
The Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report found the number of loans in the ACT was 2295 in the March 2018 quarter, down from 2767 in the December 2017 quarter.
ACT was not alone, this trend was recorded nationwide. Every state and territory experienced a quarterly drop in the number of loans, with NSW having …
- ATO targets property investors' and holiday home owners' income and deductions
Property investments owned by about 1.8 million taxpayers to be a primary focus for the ATO. Andrew Quilty. Duncan Hughes AFR Woodcut. Share on…
- Australians who bought property in the 1990s did it as tough as though who purchase homes now
WHINGEING property buyers hit with high house prices should spare a thought for … after-tax income to paying off a home loan compared to about 40 per cent in 1995. … LOANS: Save tens of thousands of dollars on your mortgage.
- The great Australian dream of owning your own house has not become any easier. Picture: AAP
Mortgage rates have also stayed at record lows with many deals starting with a 3 in … Home Loan Experts’ managing director Otto Dargan said despite the … areas depending on their economy, average wages and house prices..
- Creative ways to beat mortgage hurdle challenge old house rules
When Brisbane friends Lucy Dixon and Penny Washington bought a house together in January, the reaction from their friends was surprise, even…
- ‘Won’t stop apartments turning into hotel rooms’: Not everyone happy with Sydney’s new Airbnb rules
While Airbnb was quick to commend the NSW governments new rules on short-term letting, the rules received a cooler reception from Sydneys apartment stakeholders, with one building manager saying the regulations wouldnt stop apartments from being turned into hotel rooms….