It’s been a whirlwind year, but the Australian property market has mostly weathered the storm. Let's review the year and what we can expect from next year.
COVID’s impact on house prices hasn’t been as apocalyptic as first thought (some commentators had been predicting house price falls of up to 40%!) but they have dipped slightly. Nationally, house prices have fallen by 2.6% since March according to CoreLogic.
This year’s spring selling season could present a unique opportunity for savvy buyers. The property market has held up remarkably well despite dire forecasts from economists and with restrictions eased across the majority of the country, it could be a bumper season.
What will spring selling season 2020 be like? Here are some tips for those buying or selling during COVID.
The latter half of 2019 saw the Australian property market record a sharp turnaround, with prices skyrocketing, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne. So how does all this affect property prices? And what other factors drive property prices?
If you are considering buying your first home, here are some of the top suburbs for first home buyers in 2020.
The property market is bouncing back to life and rising house prices are once again becoming a hot topic. If you’re thinking about snapping up a property before the price hikes, here are a few home-buying tips.
Find out the best regional areas in Australia to invest in this year to maximise your investment returns.
The interest rate cut is big news in Australia because the cash rate is one factor when lenders set their variable mortgage rates. An official interest rate decrease usually means lower interest rates for borrowers.