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Melbourne property market sees mom and dad builders flock to outer suburbs for the best bang for buck

The cost of building a house in these top 20 suburbs started at $272,944 and topped out at $387,688.

Housing crisis survival guide: How to buy your first Australian property

Three property experts give the low down on how to nab a home in this tough housing market.

Young Australians are spending around half of their incomes on mortage repayments

On average, young Australian couples dedicate 46.5% of their income to houses and 30.7% to units, exceeding the healthy 30% threshold.

Brisbane unit rents are the second most expensive in the country, but could relief be on the way?

Moderate to no rent growth is expected for this quarter, however, first home buyers pivoting from houses to units could pose stiff competition for unit renters.

Top 10 most expensive suburbs in Adelaide: Unley Park claims top spot

The top 10 most luxurious and expensive Adelaide suburbs are more affordable than you think, with many under the $3 million mark.

Australian property listings at its second highest level for 2023

New listings fell between October and November, however, numbers remained high.

Do Australia’s latest auction figures show a return to a balanced market?

Clearance rates across the combined capitals dipped to 59.8%, the fifth consecutive month of decline.

Renter relief in sight as major city vacancy rates begin to rise in November 2023

Vacancy rates continued to ease across the three east coast capitals.

Top five trends for the Australian housing market in 2024: More demand on the horizon

Two factors could drive demand further, and the rental market reaches tipping point.

Sydney property market predictions 2024 – House price & rental forecast

Experts deliver their take on what 2024 has in store – and Sydney is set for a 5% price drop by year’s end.