With property markets peaking (and slightly deflating in Sydney and Melbourne), what should property owners expect next financial year?
Steph joined Money as a staff writer in 2015. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from UTS and is the former editor of North Shore magazine Sydney Observer. She has published work for Women's Fitness and Madison magazines.
There’s a lot happening in parliament, with news lass passed in the lead up to the end of the financial year. Here’s how it could affect you.
With major chunks of the NSW budget having been revealed ahead of time – such as the housing affordability package and a multibillion-dollar increase in public hospital funding – the rest is now out in the open, with a few welcome surprises for residents.
If you get the option of choosing the length of your lease as a first-time renter, always aim for six months.
Want to buy your first home but think property is too expensive? Domain’s First Home Buyers Report reveals the suburbs in our capital cities that are the most affordable to entry level buyers. The results of might surprise you.
NSW first-home buyers can breathe a collective sigh of relief ahead of the state budget: they will be exempt from stamp duty on purchases of up to $650,000.
Get your wallet ready. eBay has just launched Hump Month.
Want to know how you can make up to an extra $30,000 a year without really doing anything? The answer is in the palm of your hand. The Sharing Hub is hosting a free event in Sydney this Sunday for you to meet and greet people who have cashed in on the sharing economy.
There’s good news and bad news for shoppers with rewards credit cards.
What we thought was the housing affordability budget, and then the health budget, and then the education budget, turned out to be an all-round budget focused on lowering the high cost of living. We break down the winners and losers.