The Week in Real Estate
Posted on 2/05/2020 

House Prices Remain Resilient

Borrowers Should Switch: ACCC

Working At Home the New Norm

Workers Will Dictate Unit Designs

Tasmania, Victoria Share No.1

The Week in Real Estate
Posted on 25/04/2020 

Housing Markets Evade Price Falls

Aussies Plan To Celebrate

First Home Buyers Eager to Buy

Units Still Selling: Triguboff

Contractors Ready to Hire Thousands

The Week in Real Estate
Posted on 18/04/2020 

Australia To Lead Global Recovery
Listings, Prices Rose in March
Requests to Defer Repayments Easing
Owning Home Still Key For Young Aussies
Prices Unlikely To Fall Significantly

Regional Australia Mostly Virus-Free
Posted on 15/04/2020 

Large tracts of Australia remain free of coronavirus.

Financial Experts Expect Strong Rebound
Posted on 15/04/2020 

Westpac senior economist Matt Hassan says that, while the property sector will probably endure a downturn, it is unlikely to be a “catastrophic drop” that some have forecast.

Vacancies Fall In Most Capital Cities
Posted on 14/04/2020 

New data on vacancies, rents and prices show that real estate continues to resist the virus crisis.

Positive News for Rental Markets
Posted on 14/04/2020 

Last week saw the release of rental figures for the major cities

House rents rose in the March Quarter in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Hobart, and they remained unchanged in Brisbane and Canberra.

Regional Australia is the unheralded hero of the Australian property market.
Posted on 13/04/2020 

Regional Australia should be front and centre in any discussion about real estate growth and where people should buy, but often it is overlooked by mainstream media and by investors who think the best prospects are always found in the big cities.

The Week in Real Estate
Posted on 11/04/2020 

Property Tipped To Lead Revival
Economy Well Placed For Recovery
Loan Breaks Won’t Impact Credit Files
Home Buyers Remain Active
First Home Buyer Scheme Extended

How to turn a positive into a negative - and why we should ignore it
Posted on 8/04/2020 

The latest data on house prices was surprisingly positive but media everywhere turned it into a negative. Here's the point they missed ....