Posts tagged: Sydney

Census 2016: renting more common, but owners finding it easier to make mortgage repayments

The numbers are in – and there are some fascinating statistics to come out of the Census 2016. It appears that Australia’s renters are...   Read More

Vivid Sydney

What started as the standalone Smart light festival in 2009 has involved into one of the world’s most spectacular and inclusive community events that...   Read More

Is Australia’s household debt putting the economy at risk?

It certainly came as no surprise that the official cash rate was kept on hold by the Reserve Bank Board at its April 2017...   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

11 days at sea

To say I’m not keen on the idea of cruising would be a bit like Joan of Arc saying she didn’t much fancy fire....   Read More

What does 2017 hold for Australia’s property market?

The start of the new year is always a good time to reassess your financial situation and one area that is usually on people’s...   Read More

Santa in your city

Taking the kids to visit Father Christmas at the local shopping centre is a Christmas tradition for many families around the world and can...   Read More

Weekend getaway series: Sydney

Not everyone can afford to spend weeks or months relaxing on a beach in southern Europe, road tripping across the vast landscapes of the...   Read More

Super Saturday delivers before winter’s big chill

Super Saturday (19 March) – the pre-Easter holiday autumn auctions – continued to live up to its name last weekend, despite the national auction...   Read More

Is it a buyer’s market? Housing comes off the boil

2015: It was the year of the booming housing market (well in some cities / regions). There was plenty of talk about how hot...   Read More