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REIA president slams CGT claim

Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) president David Airey has hit back at media comments regarding the payment of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on fam...

Election won't stop rate hike

The RBA has warned it will not hesitate to raise the official cash rate during the height of the election campaign if inflation remains high. In the ...

Early election to help property market

The looming federal election could give the property market a much needed boost, new research has found. According to Raine & Horne's chief executive...

Agents forced to identify murder homes

Making headlines today, The Sun Herald has reported that real estate agents will soon have to disclose to buyers a property’s pitfalls. According t...

Govt invests in regional housing

The federal government's decision to invest in regional housing infrastructure is money well spent, according to the Housing Industry Association (HIA...

Auctions continue flat run - July 2010

Auction clearance rates remained fairly flat this weekend, with Sydney clearing 56.5 per cent of properties. According to Australian Property Monitor...

Property activity slumps in mining towns

The controversy surrounding the federal government's super profits tax is starting to impact negatively on the property market. New data from Ray Whi...

Franchise disciplined over termination tactics

Australia's competition watchdog has cracked down on Ray White for "likely" breaches of national franchising laws. It is alleged Ray White real estat...

Interest rates inconsequential to borrowers

Australians are gearing up to take on more debt, despite one in two households indicating that another rate hike would negatively impact their finance...

Investors dominate new business

Investors continue to form the backbone of new business activity in the property market, a recent report has found. According to PRDnationwide’s Qu...

New homes cater to young and old

Making headlines today, The Daily Telegraph has reported that all new homes must have ground level bathrooms and entry level access to comply with new...

Fixed rates unpopular with borrowers

The popularity of fixed rate mortgage products has not improved, despite most lenders slashing their interest rates. According to the latest data fro...

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