Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership November 5, 2016

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

  • New Morningside townhouses offer car with first sale
    Fancy a new car with your property purchase? If so, youre in luck this Saturday, the first person to buy one of four new boutique townhouses at a development in Morningside will get a new car thrown for free.
    More than 100 people are expected to turn out to the launch of the Topaz complex in Gary Street on Saturday afternoon, which will include a ribbon cutting, ice-cream truck and food van.
    Agent Jared Candlin of Ray White Bulimba said he wante…
  • Property prices soar in public transport black spots of Melbourne
    It never botheredMatt Eryurek that his Brunswick West house was a 20 minute walk to the trainstation.
    If he wanted, he couldalways walk to the city or ride, or take the bus or the tram, or a taxi. Because what was more important to him, and, increasingly, otherbuyers in Melbourne,was simplybeing within the inner ring of a world-famous city.
    Buyers are so keen to get within 10 kilometres of theCBD thatthey are tur…
  • New Preston high school tipped to lift the suburb’s appeal and property prices
    House prices in Preston in Melbournes inner north are expected to enjoy a significant boost following the announcement of a new public high school in the gentrification hotspot….
  • The Ponds on Sydney’s city limits edges towards million-dollar house price median
    A new suburb in Sydneys north-west that 10 years ago was little more than rough bushland, trees and an old creek has shocked onlookers with a median house price today that has hit almost $1 million….
  • Ten Good Reasons To Bond With Property
    … and they can be a great alternative here are ten reasons why you might invest in a property bond instead of direct investment with a mortgage.
  • From one generation to another
    Again, if a spike in supply leads to a downturn in house prices (with the big four banks exposed) it’d very likely bring the AU dollar down with it and…