Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership May 23, 2019

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

  • Brisbane’s cheapest suburbs by proximity to the CBD
    Brisbanes cheapest suburbs closest to the CBD have been revealed and if youre in the market for a house, you can still pick one up for under $500,000, less than 10 kilometres from the CBD.
    According to new data from Domain, there are still a number of sleeper suburbs close to the city centre that have median sale prices considerably less than their surrounding areas.
    Houses in Keperra, Chermside and Everton Park, as well as units in Spring Hill…
  • The cheapest medians within 10 kilometres of Canberra’s centre
    While Canberra was designed as a satellite city, theres a lot of development going on in and around the citys centre.
    With infrastructure spending concentrated within Canberras CBD, many might be searching for properties closer to the action. However, this could come with a hefty price tag with the median house price in inner-city suburbs such as Ainslie and OConnor over $1 million.
    Unlike people in Sydney or Mel…
  • The most affordable suburbs to buy into across different pockets of Sydney
    It is no secret that Sydneysiders pay a premium to be close to the city centre and coastline.
    The further you move from here, the more likely you are to find an affordable property. Just how far you have to go depends on your budget.
    While fringe suburbs traditionally offer the cheapest homes not to mention the longest commutes to the central business district there are pockets of relative affordability scattered across the city.
    Whether purchasing wi…
  • Where to find a home under $600,000 less than 10km from the CBD
    House hunters looking to buy a house within 10 kilometres of the CBD for less than $600,000 will have the most luck in Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart and Perth.
    Thats according to new Domain Group research revealing the most affordable suburbs within a 10, 20 and 30-kilometre radius of each capitals centre, based onsales data for the 12 months to March.
    Domain research analyst Eliza Owen said buyers searching for a home for under $600,000 in Melbourne would have …