Don’t give in to the fear about the housing market and falling property prices. This is not the beginning of the end; it is an opportunity.
As the housing market continues to fall sharply around most parts of Australia, the risk of the current credit squeeze turning into a credit crunch is real and is rising.
Newcastle and other large regional cities are some of the east coast’s best-performing property markets, due to the Sydney and Melbourne ripple effect.
After five years of growth, property prices have now dropped 2.7% annually across the country. So is that a reason to buy now or wait?
Lisa’s 24-year-old daughter can’t afford to buy property on her $44,000 a year salary. How can Lisa best help her out financially?
Codey and his partner owe $45,000 in car loans. Should they scrape together a 5% deposit on an off-the-title block of land to get a foot in the property market?
We answer your top questions about buying property with the First Home Super Saver scheme.
Rent in Sydney and buy property in another city? Move out of Sydney to a more affordable city? Or buy on Sydney’s north shore and bank on long-term growth? James and his wife want to know the best option.