In a booming market, the great Australian dream may seem out of reach. But Barefoot Investor Scott Pape says you can buy your own home, you just need a plan.
Will the first-home super saver scheme, designed to improve housing affordability, push up property prices? We answer your burning questions from Budget 2017.
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.
We’ve heard Treasurer Scott Morrison promise “better days ahead” for Australia. Now it’s time to find out just who are the winners and losers of the 2017 Federal Budget.
It’s farewell to ‘jobs and growth’ this year to make way for the new hero of the Federal Budget: housing affordability.
Alita and her husband want to move into a bigger home but are torn between saving hard for another year and making the move, or paying off their current home first. Paul Clitheroe says the answer lies in Australia’s population growth.
The rush to build new apartments in Sydney and Melbourne is resulting in units with bedrooms too small for even a double bed, and without 1960s standards for natural light.
The Reserve Bank of Australia seems to be stuck between a rock and a hard place, today announcing it has left the cash rate on hold at the record low setting of 1.5% in a widely anticipated decision.