Why it’s still worth selling – even in lockdown
With sky-high demand across Sydney and the rest of the state, vendors are being urged to “spring” into action now and maximise opportunities across the market – even in ...
HOTSPOTS • Fri, 10 Sep 2021
Over 200 Perth suburbs see winter price growth
What is “traditionally quieter time for real estate” turned out to be a hot season for Perth, with hundreds of suburbs recording median house sale price growth in the ...
HOTSPOTS • Thu, 09 Sep 2021
Auction volumes on their way back up
The auction market now appears to be set for rebound, after weeks of a downward trajectory following localised lockdowns.
Low interest rates drive record refinancing
The value of refinancing between lenders increased 60 per cent over the year to July, reflecting the huge number of borrowers seeking to cash in on record-low interest ...
HOTSPOTS • Wed, 08 Sep 2021
Tassie’s own $20k HomeBuilder grant finds early success
In a bid to help more Tasmanians build or buy a home, the state government’s own HomeBuilder Grant is already doing the job of stimulating the construction sector.
Capital cities see stronger auction success
After consecutive falls, the combined capital city auction market has finally seen an improvement across lower volumes and fewer withdrawals.
HOTSPOTS • Mon, 06 Sep 2021
2020 vs 2021: How lockdowns have impacted the market
The second wave of COVID-19 outbreaks have wreaked havoc, but real estate continues to show resilience, according to a number of market indicators.
70% vax rate will see Victoria ease real estate restrictions
The Victorian government has announced its intentions for a more lenient policy on house inspections and construction as its lockdown continues.
INVESTOR STRATEGY • Mon, 06 Sep 2021
Beware ‘confusing’ changes to home loan rates
One of Australia’s biggest lenders has recently cut their variable introductory rates but hiked their fixed rates. Why would they do this? And what exactly does that mean ...
HOTSPOTS • Fri, 03 Sep 2021