Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership September 12, 2019

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

  • The housing trend the RBA has on watch
    If acceleration in value growth holds, additional credit policy levers likely to be pulled
  • Radio host Neil Mitchell and wife Selina sell Melbourne house for $2.76 million
    Veteran Melbourne broadcaster Neil Mitchell has sold his family home of four decades in leafy Malvern East.
    The long-time 3AW Morningshost and his wife Selina fetched $2.76 million for the home earlier this year, public records show.
    Now their two children have left home, the couple downsized to a $2,462,500 contemporary townhouse and will also keep a holiday home where they hope to spend more time.
    Weve had some good times here but we moved o…
  • 'Worst case scenario' over for the banks
    I think that the worst case scenario has been taken out of the banking sector there will still be some mortgage growth, says Antipodes portfolio…
  • Toowoomba named a hotspot for property investors
    TOOWOOMBA has cemented its place as one Queensland’s real estate hotspots, after the Garden City’s economy grew by 18 per cent in the past five…
  • Australians are less likely to own property each passing generation
    While the overall rate of home ownership has remained steady since the mid-60s, at between … The rate of home ownership for 30-34 year olds has dropped by 14 … Capital city house prices are swiftly on the rise. … income on rent or mortgage repayments, AIHW spokesman Dinesh Indraharan said.