BRISBANE is fast becoming a landlords’ market as vacancy rates tighten and rents continue to climb, putting investors in the box seat in 2020.
As property prices in Australia’s two largest markets, Sydney and Melbourne, start to find a bottom, buyers are beginning to flock back.
Victoria has taken the title of Australia's best performing economy, overthrowing New South Wales which is now in second place, according to Commsec’s state of the state market report.
With more than $12 billion earmarked for major project infrastructure over the next decade - and one of the nation's fastest-growing populations - Brisbane has finally learned to do it "our way" when it comes to development, and not "just copy Sydney and
One major bank has found a spike in confidence of a fresh group of property buyers in Australia.
Brisbane will be the new boom town for property as Australia climbs out of its housing slump, with house prices there set to rise faster than in Sydney and Melbourne over the next three years, a new report says.
Older Australians are taking advantage of a government scheme that allows them to boost their retirement income through selling their property, and new data shows how the scheme is being used.
Brisbane Airport’s new runway has reached the final stage of construction with first pouring of more than 100,000 tonnes of specially designed aircraft-grade asphalt taking place on Thursday.
Brisbane apartment prices are expected to perform better than houses in the medium term, according to Moody's Analytics.
Interest rates have started falling for the first time in three years, but borrowers shouldn’t sit back and accept what their bank gives them. There are much better rates available for those who look.