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Looking for an affordable capital city property close to the CBD?

Looking to get into the property market, buy an investment property or simply sell up and move elsewhere in locations within 10kms of a capital city? Here is a city-based list of where to find the most affordable inner city suburbs in our capital cities. Complied by the CoreLogic RP Data research team, today’s analysis highlights the…

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SMSF’s take note: RBA caution on property markets

Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) are heavy investors in property as this asset class is often considered a safer investment than equities and a stronger performer than cash. However, recent comments from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) highlight the risks that all investors face in buying residential property. The RBA said last month that the…

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The State of the Rental Markets around Australia

Despite an increased supply of rental properties from investors and developers, Australia’s capital city rental markets remain tight. Overall, the national median weekly asking rents for houses increased by 0.8 percent over the March quarter while unit rents increased by 0.4 percent. Sydney is still one of the most expensive capital cities for tenants with record investor activity failing to…

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