Single baby boomers are turning their backs on traditional senior housing in favour of selling up, pooling resources and setting up share-houses.
As home affordability remains a problem, more and more Australians may end up renting in retirement.
Our social security payments are so low that they trap people in poverty – it’s incredibly difficult to get a job when you’re worrying about how to put food on the table or to make sure you have a roof over your head.
As we kick-start the new year, here are the property trends you should expect in 2019 – and what they mean for different types of markets.
With a house in no condition to be rented and a recent $150,000 inheritance, Michelle asks if she should pay off the mortgage early or invest in ETFs. Paul Clitheroe has a better idea.
Trying to sell an investment property while it’s rented? Don’t be surprised if your tenant asks to leave when they find out that you want to sell.
Many baby boomers who downsize into apartments are struggling to cope with noisy neighbours and dictatorial owners corporations running their own agendas, not to mention surprise special levies.
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?