Posts tagged: housing market

Housing market update

First birthdays are usually joyous moments, but for Australia’s housing correction, its 12-month anniversary has many wondering: where to next for the housing market?...   Read More

Cash rate on hold as RBA keeps powder dry

In a move widely predicted by most industry experts, the Reserve Bank of Australia has opted to maintain the official cash rate at a...   Read More

Market gives home buyers a unique opportunity

So, you’re keen to buy a home; you’ve done the research, got your loan pre-approved, and you’ve been watching the markets like a hawk…...   Read More

Volatile housing markets perplex homebuyers

Australia’s two-speed housing market continues to perplex first home buyers and investors alike by causing ongoing fluctuations in an already unsettled market. Recent data...   Read More

National property price outlook

With some experts now predicting an imminent Sydney property market crash, the key questions have thus become: how likely is it, and what will...   Read More

What the federal budget proposed for housing affordability

The federal budget is always eagerly awaited for news of how homeowners – and potential homeowners – will be affected. Housing affordability remains a...   Read More

Housing market coming off the boil

More reports have been emerging about the worrying state of Australia’s housing market. But are we set for a bubble to burst in certain...   Read More

What 2017 has in store for interest rates

The Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate on hold in February at its first board meeting for 2017. The decision was in...   Read More

What does Brexit mean for Australia’s housing market?

The United Kingdom’s referendum and resulting vote to leave the European Union had world markets reeling as people tried to work out the ramifications....   Read More

Interest rates in Australia – global influences

The Reserve Bank of Australia left the cash rate unchanged at its April board meeting, saying current monetary policy settings were appropriate. It stressed...   Read More