Elena Antonis wants to leave Sydney for a more affordable retirement in Tamworth, but there’s a glitch. The unit she co-owns with her daughter has fallen in value: should they sell or wait it out?
If some maniac tells you that an investment will double in value in seven years, your crap meter should be on high alert.
A shocking 85% of apartments built since 2000 have defects, including the expensive Mascot Towers and Opal Tower cracking fiascos. So what are your rights if your new apartment is a lemon?
Val is shocked to learn the unit she bought off-the-plan in 2010 is worth $90,000 less than she paid for it. Is it time for her to cut her losses and sell?
Krystle and her husband are moving back to Wollongong this year, but what should they do with their Brisbane townhouse – sell or rent it out?
The recent profit season has proved it will be a slow road to better times for the big banks, so what should you do if you own shares in the Big Four?
While Woolworths shareholders are asking if they should take up the $1.7 billion buyback offer, non-shareholders are asking if now is the time to buy.
By leaving negative gearing and the capital gains tax deduction untouched, Budget 2019 represents undeniably good news for those hoping to generate wealth through property.