Despite the instant gratification that people may get from accessing their super to buy a home, it is an impossible dream given the objective of super. Super is becoming a $2 trillion political football but it is a giant insurance policy for our retirement not a giant water hydrant to put out a fiery property problem.
What’s at the top of the NSW premier’s to-do list? Housing affordability. Gladys Berejiklian says she’s open to ideas; LJ Hooker CEO Grant Harrod has a few.
Property investors will need to get creative to overcome affordability problems and to steer clear of areas inundated with apartments in 2017.
In the non-bank category, Queensland-based Reduce Home Loans has picked up the top award for cheapest home loan the second year in a row.
Thinking about investing in property in 2017? Property experts Chris Gray, Jeremy Shephard and Margaret Lomas share their hot spots for 2017.
Some banks are no longer happy to offer low-deposit loans, so what does that mean for property investors? Find out which lenders will lend above a 95% LVR.
Investors are better off putting more of their funds into commercial real estate rather than residential property.
There’s always been plenty of debate about why younger people can’t enter the housing market, and in recent weeks it has kicked up a gear.