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Juliet Helmke

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Based in Sydney, Juliet Helmke has a broad range of reporting and editorial experience across the areas of business, technology, entertainment and the arts. She was formerly Senior Editor at The New York Observer.

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property price growth

Is 2021’s property price growth unprecedented?

The country’s property market may be extremely hot, but new data reveals that this isn’t the fastest rate at which A...
minister for growth areas

Does Australia need a minister for growth areas?

With Australia’s outer metropolitan suburbs growing at twice the national average, an advocacy group is calling for a ...
interest rate rises

What’s your tolerance for interest rate rises?

Low-interest rates may present an opportune moment to add further properties to your portfolio, but a mortgage expert wa...
DIY danger flagged amidst renovation revolution

DIY danger flagged amidst renovation revolution

The DIY renovation craze spurred on by long periods spent in lockdown has heightened the danger of acquiring a serious h...
industrial investments

E-commerce drives record $14bn year for industrial investments

With online shopping cementing its footprint in Australian consumer behaviour, warehouse space has proven to be one of t...
NSW takes up paperless conveyancing

NSW takes up paperless conveyancing

NSW has followed the lead of Queensland, South Australia, and the ACT in switching to electronic-only titles. ...
The Lanes retail village

Investors flock to Gold Coast retail

Three big commercial sales on the Gold Coast during the month of October have solidified a growing positive outlook for ...
Peter White

How investors end up in ‘mortgage prison’

APRA’s recent increases to banks’ loan serviceability expectations are intended to cool rapidly rising prices, but i...
Adrian Kelly

‘We take no comfort in the current record prices’: REIA

The standing committee on taxation and revenue has heard that Australia’s current housing affordability issues are “...
The suburbs where residents hardly ever sell

The suburbs where residents hardly ever sell – and why

It takes a little over 10 years for the average Australian to outgrow their current home, but some suburbs far outpace t...
Behind The Block’s 2021 winning strategy

Behind The Block’s 2021 winning strategy

McGrath has claimed its fourth victory on Australia’s favourite home DIY show, securing the winning bid during The Blo...
Latest loan data

Latest loan data shows less owner-occupier activity

With loan commitments for housing continuing to fall over the month of September, the Real Estate Institute of Australia...
Victorian landlords eligible for air conditioning rebate

Victorian landlords eligible for air conditioning rebate

Victoria has opened up an existing rebate for energy-efficient heating and cooling units to give landlords of residentia...
The rising price tag for new builds

The rising price tag for new builds

The cost of building a new home has risen substantially over the past year, with increases in land prices compounded by ...
Victoria’s Bayside

12-month price growth on show in Bayside

Recent auction results in Victoria’s Bayside suburbs are putting property price increases in sharp focus. ...

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