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All the latest in Australian property and finance-related news.
Smart Property Investment is pleased to present a weekly round-up of the biggest stories across property, investment, real estate, and finance, with thanks to Momentum Media.
Here are the biggest stories for the week ending 5 September 2021:
The Australian property market is no longer a seasonal market, it’s now a public health order market, according to Tom Panos.
REB is pleased to unveil the top 50 agents operating in South Australia for 2021.
Mortgage brokers settled nearly $78 billion of home loans in the June quarter, the highest quarterly figure ever achieved, according to the MFAA.
The growth rate of dwelling values has slowed, with CoreLogic suggesting this may be due to deteriorating affordability rather than lockdowns.
Since the pandemic began, there’s been a faster decline in regional affordability than what’s been seen in capital cities, according to new research.
One Melbourne-based office has defied lockdown odds, achieving an impressive sales record of 200-plus sales in its first 12 months of operation.
Tasmania has recorded the biggest fall in housing affordability, with average home loan amounts rising by over 340 per cent in the last 20 years, according to research.
When purchasing an investment property, land tax is one of the hidden costs that property investors often don’t take into consideration.
A Queensland executive has highlighted some of the qualities – and the structures – that separate the industry’s highest performers from the rest.
The ACT COVID-19 Business Support Grants have been increased as the territory faces a lockdown extension.
Mortgages are loans that are used to buy homes and other real estate where the property itself serves as collateral for the loan.
Mortgages are loans that are used to buy homes and other real estates where the property itself serves as collateral for the loan.
Property refers to either a tangible or intangible item that an individual or business has legal rights or ownership of, such as houses, cars, stocks or bond certificates.
Real estate is a type of real property that refers to any land and its permanent improvement or structures that come with it, whether natural or man-made.