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City-by-city analysis shows our capitals aren’t liveable for many residents
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City-by-city analysis shows our capitals aren’t liveable for many residents

Governments, developers and urban planners all aspire to create liveable cities – yet when it comes to Australian cities, the rhetoric and reality don’t quite match, writes… Billie Giles-Corti, RMIT University and Jonathan Arundel, RMIT University This article is one in a series, Healthy Liveable Cities, in the lead-up to the Designing Healthy Liveable Cities…

5 common mistakes Queensland Property Investors make [Video]
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5 common mistakes Queensland Property Investors make [Video]

Do you want to avoid some of the common mistakes investors make? If so, watch as I chat with Brett Warren, senior property strategist at Metropole in Brisbane, as he shares the five common mistakes he sees many Queensland property investors make: Watch as Brett details the following mistakes he sees over and over again…

Bank blacklists 100 Brisbane suburbs
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Bank blacklists 100 Brisbane suburbs

Another bank has come out with a Black List of Suburbs where they are restricting lending Nervous lenders have growing concerns about over-supply of high rise apartment at a time of falling prices and restrictions on foreign buyers.  Most of the big banks have announced tougher measures, with lower LVR’s and requiring evidence of rental cash flows…

Weekly economic update: Economics can’t explain why unemployment and inflation are both low
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Weekly economic update: Economics can’t explain why unemployment and inflation are both low

The economic models we used in the past haven’t adjusted for the realities of today, like diminished union power and underemployment, writes… Richard Holden, UNSW This week: an explanation of why central banks can’t deal with simultaneous low unemployment and inflation. The financial data this week were largely centred on inflation in Australia and China,…

Title traps and tips
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Title traps and tips

Housing is considered safe because it’s not a “take it or leave it” type of investment like shares or savings. Whether or not we are property investors, we all need a place to call home and private land ownership satisfies our need for security.   Our right to buy or sell property is given to us…

Credit is tightening… so what can you do about it?
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Credit is tightening… so what can you do about it?

Australia’s banking watchdog APRA is worried about the housing market overheating and exploding. To counteract this perceived risk, APRA has changed the rules of play which Authorised Deposit-Taking Institutions (ADIs) must adhere to when assessing loan applications. Read APRAs letter here. In summary, APRA expects ADIs to adhere to the following:  Limit the flow of new interest-only (IO)…

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