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Keeping up with the latest updates on the real estate industry is now a breeze with Real Estate Business’ News category. This section contains breaking news stories on topics such as property management, real estate business marketing and regulation.

Commercial property big winner in 2010

Commercial real estate agents are expected to be the big winners in 2010, Raine and Horne has said. According to the real estate company, the commerc...

Australians look to purchase o/s

Real estate agents who specialise in selling overseas property are starting to see the fruits of their labour. According to John Garland of John Garl...

Top performing suburbs announced

The property market has outperformed the expectations of many industry commentators throughout 2009, but some suburbs in particular have enjoying stel...

FHBs still eager to crack market

First time home buyers are searching for cheaper and smaller homes located further from city centres in an attempt to break into the housing market, a...

US property confidence rallies

Confidence in the US economy is starting to re-emerge after sales of previously owned homes surged in November thanks to tax relief and low borrowing ...

Gen Y’s struggle in quest for home ownership

The propensity of Gen Y to hop from job to job could be stopping them from owning their own home. According to data collected by Loan Market Group, m...

Investor boom to strengthen

Investors are expected to take a dominant role in the market in 2010, according to Mortgage Choice’s chief executive officer Michael Russell. Mr Ru...

Record year for first home buyers: 2009

A record number of first home buyers have taken advantage of the first home owner’s grant, new statistics from the Victorian Government has found. ...

Brisbane’s top 10 sales suburbs announced

Low interest rates and extra government stimulus has caused sales volumes in some suburbs to surge by more than 140 per cent,  a new report from PRDn...

RBA may keep rates on hold: Norris

The decision by three of the majors to move out of step with the Reserve Bank could mean the official cash rate will be kept on hold when the bank mee...

Sydney and Melbourne defy Christmas cool-down

Despite Christmas traditionally seen as a quiet period for property agents, Melbourne and Sydney continued to perform well, achieving clearance rates ...

Property activity heads towards ‘normal’ levels

The number of investors dealing in the Australian property market is expected to return to the long term average in 2010. According to data from the ...

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