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Almost half of Melbourne’s most-undersupplied housing and rental markets are in one region amid calls for reforms on “investor-bashing” policies.
If you’ve had the misfortunate of attending a rental inspection in Melbourne, you’re not alone.
Contributing to today’s rental squeeze is a lack of supply, not just because we’re not building enough homes, but also because more landlords than usual are selling their real estate investments in 2023.
A renters’ advocacy group and a landlords’ association are united in backing a coroner’s recommendation to legally require landlords to regularly check smoke alarms in rental properties following a fatal house fire.
The top spots for ‘mum and dad’ property investors in Queensland have been revealed, with the potential for buyers to double their money by 2031 if they act now. Find out where.
Landlords are quitting, the rental crisis is severe, yet the state of Victoria is booming, so something does not add up.
These are the Aussie suburbs where the RBA’s latest rate hike will hit hardest and what households can do about it.
The average Queensland mortgage now costs 61 per cent more in repayments than it did in April 2022, with experts warning the fallout of this and more hikes to come will hit renters too.
Investor activity has dropped precipitously since interest rates started increasing, according to the PIPA National Market Update – October 2023 report.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the number of new investor loan commitments has fallen more than 27 per cent since interest rates started rising in May last year.
The national rental market continues to be beset by challenges as renters across Australia struggle to secure accommodation amidst intense competition and high prices, according to PropTrack‘s Rental Report September 2023 Quarter.
As real estate investors sell up, opportunities are opening for new ones, and they don’t need huge mortgages to get a foot in the door.
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