Please direct all media enquiries to:
Communication and Media | Defence Housing Australia
M. 0421 040 098
Alternatively, you can submit an online enquiry.
Home loan approvals in November reached their highest level in more than four years, according to new data released yesterday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
New figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows approval growth was strongest in Queensland, up 4.9 per cent, followed by South Australia, up four per cent.
Home prices are reported to be lifting at the fastest annual rate in more than two and a half years.
Optimism among property investors is rising.
The Federal election is likely to free up the property market regardless of the outcome, according to property experts.
The latest House Price Index points to increased confidence in the greater Darwin property market.
Melbourne-based buyers' advocate ‘Secret Agent’ has surveyed the impact that greenery, from median strips to front gardens, can have on property values.
Many people don’t realise how heavily late payments can impact on their credit rating cautions Heidi Armstrong, chief executive of State Custodians.
Nila Sweeney, managing editor of Your Investment Property magazine, says there’s so much ‘noise’ in the property market that if you followed all the ‘chatter’ and prognostications you would be scared to make a move. She offers five tips on what to do.
A barometer of property trends for 2013 shows increasing buyer interest in new properties as well as an 8% increase in investor interest to purchase.
Sixty-six per cent of investors in a recent survey ranked tenant demand above other factors in choosing an investment property.
Paul Cahill, CEO of ‘Club Plus Super’, the superannuation fund set up for Club Industry employees in New South Wales and ACT, suggests five steps investors can take to prepare themselves for SMSF property investing.
Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) reports that while property investment opportunities are the best seen in years, potential buyers should remember to differentiate between advisers and marketers.
There is speculation that property prices could rise by 8% in Sydney and Perth this year.
The Government will invest almost $78 million over the next four years to to strengthen its capacity to uncover tax avoidance schemes.
The number of active buyers likely to be in the market for a home loan over the next year has risen by almost 50%.
Major resource projects are likely to further reinforce the Northern Territory’s economic position and demand for housing.
Australian Property Monitors’ senior economist, Andrew Wilson, says the national housing market has recorded its best start to a year since 2010.
Finance expert Effie Zahos of Money magazine isn’t convinced about ‘no-commission’ home loans. She cautions that they might not lead you to the cheaper lenders.
Weak economic indicators have led some experts to predict further interest rate cuts by mid year.
It might not be as easy as ABC, but learning key property terms is a great idea.
Interest rates appear to have bottomed out, causing analysts to wonder if investors should now be bracing for increases?
There are no news articles that match your search. Please refine your search and try again.
Copyright Defence Housing Australia, 2015.