Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- ‘Airbnb hotspots’ reduce long-term rentals in Sydney and Melbourne, new research finds
Up to one in seven rental propertiesin Melbourne and Sydneys most popular suburbs are listed onAirbnb, a new report has found, exacerbating housing affordability in both cities.
Theshort-term letting platform, under the microscope in the latest Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute report released on Thursday, should be more tightly regulated, according to the authors.
The research institute mappedAirbnblis…
- Why Queensland apartments no longer fly under the design radar
It seems every developer working in Brisbane has set their sights on effortless luxury, as this months projects explore classic styling and striking architecture.
Gone are the days of low-key constructions that fly under the design radar each of these developments is an exercise in grabbing attention and keeping it, showcasing immaculate interiors, world-class facilities and sought-after locations.
- Mulgrave: It flies under the radar, and that’s not a bad thing
Heard much about Mulgrave recently? Well, this article aside, youre not likely to. But thats not necessarily a bad thing….
- Queensland’s best performing suburbs: Blue-chip Hamilton up 33 per cent
Hamilton has topped the list of Brisbanes best performing suburbs this year, with house prices up a whopping 32.9 per cent.
New data from the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) revealed nearly70 Queensland suburbs delivered double-digit growth in the 12 months to June this year, with some suburbs up by as much as 151 per cent.
Hamilton, often dubbed Brisbanes ultimate blue-chip suburb, was ranked fifth in the state and the strongest suburb in the Bris…
- DomaCom Announces Launch of a Branded Mortgage Sub-Fund with an Initial $4.1 Million in the …
DomaCom announces an allocation to two mortgage investments by our first branded Mortgage Fund with DFS Portfolio Solutions (DFSPS). The two…
- Don't panic: plenty of good news amid the housing price declines
Does anyone remember the 1980s? In Sydney, house prices dropped by 21 per cent from the peak in August 1981 to the trough in April 1983.
- Banks show tell-tale signs of surging mortgage delinquencies
What factors drive an uptick in home loan defaults?
- How likely will Aussie homeowners face negative equity amid downturn?
The property market is not in good shape, but will the worst come to worst?
- Slowdown in loan growth dampens CBA’s profit
One of Australias major banks saw losses brought about by lower home loans