Australian Real Estate Market Value Hits $6 Trillion

Data recently released by CoreLogic shows that home values for capital cities in Australia increased by 2.8% in July. In the twelve months leading up to July the value of the real estate market in the country grew by half a trillion dollars. Price gains in Melbourne have surged ahead of Sydney during the past

Read More »

Experts Predict House Price Growth Will Slow in Australia

There has been a lot of speculation that property prices in Australia could crash but economists see the situation rather differently. Instead of a crash they predict price growth will slow down before prices stall rather than crashing after they have reached a peak sometime during the next couple of years. In spite of mortgage

Read More »

Australian Capital City Prices Fall Slightly in May

Real estate prices in the capital cities of Australia increased by 3.8% during the first four months of this year but according to the latest data released by CoreLogic, they felt slightly by 0.9% in May.  This was the first month on month drop in prices since last November and comes at a time when

Read More »

Why Now Could Be the Right Time to Buy in Australia

Just recently there has been a lot of talk about housing bubbles in Australia, but an article in points out that this could be the time to find a good value property, provided you do your research. Even though buying during a downturn is best, it’s still possible to find good value properties during

Read More »

Real Estate Prices in Sydney Nudge Closer to $1 Million

Anyone thinking of purchasing a home in Sydney, Australia might need to budget for $1 million or more the end of 2015. According to an article in, the median price for a detached home in the city increased by 3.6% during the first three months of this year to cost more than $914,000. Experts

Read More »

Expert Warns of Australia Real Estate Crash

A top US real estate analyst has given a stark warning of a possible “bloodbath” in Australian real estate in the next couple of years, predicting that property prices in the country could fall by as much as 60%.

RealtyBizNews: Real Estate Marketing & Beyond