Dwindling foreign demand could push apartment prices higher and dry up supply
A study by economists at Melbourne University showed that abolishing negative gearing could improve home ownership rate.
While most of the capital cities could be stuck in the doldrums this year, other places are beginning to rise as property hotspots.
Highly indebted households may face greater pressure to pay down mortgage debt while interest rates are still low
Cooling in the two markets provides flexibility for regulators to maintain a low-interest environment.
Australians living in climate change hotspots could see their home values drop.
One analyst argues that prices—and demand—will once again be driven up due to limited supply
Borrowers are being lent a lot compared to their income—and the consequences could be disastrous