When we discuss property in Australia, we tend to think of the ‘Australian Property Market’ as more of a blanketed topic.
House prices across Australia have been on the rise for some time now, but the driving force behind the boost isn’t always clear.
Making the call on where to send your kids to school can be as agonising as it is exciting.
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.
2016 saw unstable increases in property demand, a significant degree of unaffordability for prospective homebuyers, and banks adamantly and unremorsefully raising their interest rates.
After a year of such uncertainty in the Australian property market, surprisingly enough, Melbourne had finished the year off quite strong.
The Great Aussie Dream. It’s still achievable, however it’s never been more difficult to accomplish.
CoreLogic recently surveyed over 2,400 people all over the country on their thoughts regarding the current property market in Australia.
Now in Melbourne, the median house price has increased and is seemingly stable sitting at around $700,000.