Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Allegations against Brett Gordon revealed for first time after financial planner took clients' super funds
… used it to buy his daughter a new car, reduce his massive credit card bill and pay down his girlfriend’s mortgage. … cards, bought a $15,000 Kia hatch for his daughter and put $55,000 on his girlfriend Heather Swift’s home loan.
- How to play Melbourne's falling house price market
House prices are falling and mortgage interest rates are rising and anyone doing anything with property buying, selling, upgrading or downsizing…
- Retail chief Mark McInnes farewells North Bondi on a $12 million penthouse high
Retail chief Mark McInnes has cut hisproperty ties with Sydney after the snappy $12 millionsale of his North Bondioceanfrontpenthouse….
- Melbourne warehouse conversions come at a cost: businesses trying to expand
The trend to convert disused inner-city warehouses into residential apartments, which started gaining popularity in the 1990s, means Melbournes new breed of online retailers and manufacturers are being forced to the outer suburbs to warehouse and manufacture their goods.
Kate Morris, the founder and director of online beauty retailer Adore Beauty,will open a new warehouse in Keilor Park almost 20 kilometres from the CBD next month.
She hadbeen …
- Buyers get cold feet at auction of iconic Beverley Hills building in South Yarra
Standing in the sun-drenched courtyard of the iconic Beverley Hills complex in South Yarra, onecould be forgiven for imagining oneself transported to the narrow back streets of a romantic European city….
- Investigation into Sydney's underworld killings uncovers 'mafia-like' syndicates
New South Wales detectives have charged 70 people including IT professionals, real estate agents and mortgage brokers, in an investigation into an…
- GFC 10 years on: The tangled webs used to deceive
The derivative instruments determined the trading of mortgage-backed securities issued by the likes of US government-backed mortgage issuers…
- Family who ‘missed the boom’ snap up Tempe cottage for $1,275,000
Armed with umbrellas and rain jackets, buyers hit the pavement to try make the most of Sydneys cooling property market on Saturday.
A soggy, spring morning wasnt enough to deter house hunters from descending in numbers on auctions across the city.
In Tempe, nine buyers turned out for the auction of a three-bedroom cottage without parking at19 Nicholson Street…