When we discuss property in Australia, we tend to think of the ‘Australian Property Market’ as more of a blanketed topic.
Property appraisals and valuations – so what’s the difference? It’s not difficult to get these two mixed up when questioning yourself on the value of your property
The Australian real estate market is in a constant state of flux, with trends emerging unexpectedly throughout the year.
If you’re looking for a property for less than $1m with gorgeous surroundings and a substantial record of capital growth, Melbourne is the place to be.
If you spot a property that you’re interested online but the price isn’t mentioned, how do you know what it’s actually worth?
2016 saw unstable increases in property demand, a significant degree of unaffordability for prospective homebuyers, and banks adamantly and unremorsefully raising their interest rates.
CoreLogic can show us that its data from 2016 and projections made for the coming year could very well see Perth going ahead, and fast.
After a year of such uncertainty in the Australian property market, surprisingly enough, Melbourne had finished the year off quite strong.
When you really start getting involved with the world of property investment, you begin to notice some strange and questionable things.
While there are the obvious collection of improvement tips for preparing your property for a much anticipated sale, there are also a few different things that most homeowners won’t consider, or overlook.