Australians have had a long lasting love affair with the coastline. But you would think that having so much land with water lapping on it, prices for dwellings with water views would be reasonable.
You've just had a blissful two weeks at your favourite beachside getaway. Days of sun and surf, balmy nights and easy laughs. The stresses of daily life and work seem a long way away.
When you first enter the property market, one of the initial decisions you will need to make is whether you want to buy a new or an existing property.
Granny flats are blooming across Australian cities, for alternative living space, extra income, or as generational change prompts families to move closer together for help looking after the kids.
Taking on a mortgage is one of the biggest financial commitments you'll ever make, so it's important you are prepared for making that all-important application.
Your first property can be intimidating and scary, but an early investment will bring your future years a whole range of benefits. Read on to find out why!
Purchasing your own home provides you with a sense of certainty and security that renting will never be able to match.
While buying shares in a company is often the go-to investment strategy, purchasing a rental property could be a better option. Here are five reasons why.
The cash rate remains at its all-time low of 2.25 per cent, which is likely to have led to a greater provision of cheap home loans across the country.