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Posts tagged with "Sydney Property"


04/07/2019

Interest rate cuts change the market

The property market has seen a lot of change in the past month. We learnt first home buyers might get a new loan help scheme, the Reserve Bank (RBA) made back-to-back cuts to the cash rate, and APRA put out a proposal for a relaxation of regulations on credit assessment. With all this going on, […]

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10/12/2018

Housing Market Forecast: Your Guide to Buying Property in 2019

Australian home buyers have an abundance of opportunity heading into 2019. We have all seen the slow decline of housing values across the country, mostly due to an oversupplied market, tighter lending conditions, and a general market correction. While recent headlines hint that we are heading into some kind of ‘doom and gloom’ scenario, there […]

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05/07/2018

Sydney’s housing market downturn may be over

Sydney’s housing market has entered a downturn, a trend that many expect will continue in the years ahead. (Recent Update – Property Market Guide for Buying in 2019) According to CoreLogic, Sydney’s median home price fell 0.3 per cent in June, extending the slide over the past year to 4.5 per cent. It was the largest […]

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30/05/2018

Buying a property with friends – Do’s and Don’ts

If you’re looking for a creative way to overcome being locked out of the Sydney property market, buying a property with friends may be a solution. It can also be a minefield though, so here’s how to avoid a blast. While the excitement of banding together in such a life-changing moment can put everyone on […]

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07/05/2018

Should I buy property now or wait until 2019?

If you’ve been following property prices for a while you’d know that the market moves in cycles. Usually following a cycle of significant growth, prices will stagnate (or drop a little) and then flatten out before beginning to rise again. After Sydney experienced significant growth between 2014 and mid 2017, Sydney house prices have started […]

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01/05/2018

Sydney’s house prices are falling and demand for property is slowing

While this isn’t what sellers want to hear, a recent realestate.com.au Property Outlook report says this could be just thing first home buyers need to get into the property market. “There is no city more challenged than Sydney right now. Across all measures, we are seeing declines in activity, including demand from buyers, renters and […]

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23/03/2018

Sydney house prices predicted to fall 4.2 per cent in 2018

After growing faster than any other Australian capital city, Sydney’s housing market is tipped to fall 4.2% by the end of 2018. The data collected from CoreLogic-Moody’s Analytics expects the correction will be short-lived and will recover a modest 0.9% in 2019. In contrast to the performance of house prices, Moody’s expects apartment prices to […]

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05/02/2018

Sydney house prices have continued to fall

For the fifth consecutive month, Sydney house prices have continued to fall. Research group CoreLogic released data which found the median house price has dropped 0.9 per cent during January. “Clearly, Sydney is well into a downturn now, we’re not expecting that’s going to be easing or bottoming out over the next couple of months […]

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23/01/2018

Five Sydney suburbs undergoing major changes

One the biggest mistakes property buyers can make is not doing their research. Doing your homework not only helps to determine how much a property is worth, staying on top of future developments could keep you one step ahead of the market. To get you started, here are five Sydney suburbs undergoing major changes in […]

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12/12/2017

Sydney’s most unaffordable suburbs for renters

New figures reveal what many people already know: renting is expensive, especially if you live in Sydney. The latest Rental Affordability Index found Sydney is the least affordable region in Australia, with the average household spending 29 per cent of their income on rent. As the report explains, it’s generally accepted that if housing costs […]

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