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This weekend's auction results - A tale of two cities | Saturday November 9th
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Auction clearance rates around Australia were once again strong this weekend, driven by strong buyer demand, despite a Super Saturday with a large number of properties going to auction. Sydney produced another stunning performance recording a 79% clearance rate despite a surge in listings. Melbourne bounced back from last weekend’s Cup pause with a surge…

Housing finance: owner occupiers driving the rebound and that's good for property
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I keep a careful eye on housing finance numbers as they are an important leading indicator to what’s ahead for our property markets. The good news is that owner occupier loan commitments jumped as rate cuts and relaxed mortgage serviceability requirements boosted demand for housing credit even as investor loans retreated. But the upturn in…

Australian Housing Market Update November 2019 | PROPERTY INSIDERS VIDEO
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Australia’s housing markets made further progress with the housing market recovery in our two biggest cities, Melbourne and Sydney, gaining pace with property prices increasing once again over the last month. Clearly confidence has returned to our housing markets. Home buyers are back, sellers are putting their properties up for sale, first home buyers are…

This is ridiculous. Two in five Aussies can’t save a thing
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A recent national survey has found that not only are many households feeling worried about their wealth, many people live from pay cheque to pay cheque. ME’s latest Household Financial Comfort Report has revealed that Australian households are feeling overall worse about their net wealth, jobs, income and living expenses due to further residential property…