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South West Sydney’s new entertainment destination set to launch

An inner-city style entertainment and dining precinct is set to become a new lifestyle beacon for Sydney’s South West — and its doors are about to open.

The long-awaited Ed Square Town Centre in Edmondson Park will be  launching this April with the unveiling of an Event Cinema, iPlay and Sydney’s newest foodie destination, Eat Street.

The launch of the entertainment precinct follows the opening … Read the full post »

April interest rate announcement: RBA keeps cash rate steady at record low of 0.10 per cent

Despite the most rapid surge in home prices in 32 years, the Reserve Bank of Australia is to hold the record low interest rate of 0.10 per cent steady, it announced after its monthly meeting on April 6.

In good news for first-home buyers trying to break into the market, and continued encouragement for investors to return, RBA … Read the full post »

How to prepare for an open house inspection

Inspections are like a first date. You only get one chance to make that first impression So if you want to prepare for an open house inspection, there are a few things you can do ahead of the big day.

In order to prepare your property for inspection success, follow this easy check list packed with these simple tips to ensure you put your home’s best … Read the full post »

Debt recycling: How to earn money from your debt

You were probably taught by your parents to get a good education, a good job, buy a home, work really hard and pay off your debt.

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But, in my mind, that’s not a productive use of the equity in your home.

Instead, you should recycle the equity in your home and … Read the full post »

5 smart things you should do when buying your first home

Avoid worrying about what you may have forgotten by ensuring you’ve covered these smart essentials of home buying. 

When buying your first home, there are a lot of things you need to get in order. Some are obvious, like getting your finances together. However, some others aren’t quite as clear.

If you’re thinking of buying your first home, here are some essentials … Read the full post »

Biggest lift in Australian home prices in 17 years: CommSec’s Ryan Felsman

Biggest lift in Australian home prices in 17 years: CommSec's Ryan Felsman

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The records have continued to tumble for the Aussie property market in early 2021. National home prices surged 2.1 per cent in February – the most since August 2003. Regional home prices also gained 2.1 per cent – the most in 17 years. And capital … Read the full post »

This week’s Australian Property Market Update – Latest Data, State by State 22nd Feb

House prices continue to rise across Australia through the month of February.  

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In fact price growth is accelerating.

Prices in four of the five big capital cities are already over 1% higher over this month.

Sydney property prices have risen 1.6% so far this … Read the full post »

Australian housing values now above pre pandemic levels and at a new record high

Housing values continued to rise through the first month of 2021 with CoreLogic’s national home value index up 0.9% over the month.

The January movement takes Australian home values to a fresh record high.

Housing values have surpassed pre-COVID levels by 1.0%, and the index is 0.7% higher than the previous September 2017 peak…. Read the full post »

Australian house prices: RBA analysis suggests property could jump 30 per cent in three years

The RBA internal report was accessed by FOI act.

Heightened borrower confidence in record low interest rates could push property prices sky-high, according to analysis by the Reserve Bank of Australia.

In an internal document accessed via the Freedom of Information Act, the RBA has predicted that home values could rise by as much as 30 per cent within … Read the full post »

Australian home values finished the year 3% higher pointing to a strong start to property in 2021 [Latest Stats]

Australia’s housing markets built momentum through the end of 2020, pointing to a strong start to 2021.

Australia’s property market finished the year on a strong footing with CoreLogic’s national home value index rising a further 1.0% in December; the third consecutive month-on-month rise following a -2.1% drop in dwelling values between April and September.

Australian home values finished the year 3.0% … Read the full post »

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