There's always a lot of noise about real estate, if the market isn't booming or crashing, there's a rental crisis. Put all the noise aside and let's consider the following;

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Australia’s rental crisis has hit a fresh inflection point, with new figures showing more than 40 per cent of houses and units on the market have experienced double-digit price rises annually in May.

Data published by CoreLogic on Thursday revealed almost 1700 suburbs...
Rising constructions costs continue to drive higher prices for new dwellings
New dwelling prices recorded their largest annual rise since the series commenced in the June 1999 quarter. Price rises continue to be driven by high levels of building construction activity combined with ongoing shortages of materials and labour.

Fewer payments of...
Rents in Sydney and Melbourne continue to recover
Rents in Sydney and Melbourne have recorded rises for the second consecutive quarter. Price rises this quarter were driven by both houses and other dwellings, which includes flats and townhouses.

Rents across the remaining capital cities have recorded a faster recovery in...
According to 2021 Census data, in Greater Sydney, 27.8% of households own their property without a mortgage, 33.3% are paying a mortgage and 35.9% rent.

Mortgage payments do not make up part of the CPI figures, but the price of new dwellings and rentals does.

So technically...
New Zealand's Socalist Experiment
Ever wonder what it would of been like if Bill Shorten won in 2019 and phased out Negative Gearing? Wonder no more, look at our NZ neighbours

Source: https://ird.govt.nz/property-interest-rules

From 1 October 2021, interest cannot be claimed for residential property...
Australian housing prices have risen for the 14th-straight month, but the pace of growth in November was the slowest since January, indicating the latest boom may be nearing its peak.

Key points:

Housing prices rose 1.3 per cent nationally in November, with regional...
Land Tax Review Success
2019 saw a huge lift in Valuer General issued land values resulting in skyrocketing Land Tax bills. Given the market went backwards in 2018 this raised a lot of eyebrows. Our expert Valuer, Alex Catania, led a number of objections, demanding reviews for a number of clients...
Sydney jobs boom puts pressure on transport and house prices

Matt Wade

Published: November 9 2017 - 12:15AM

Sydney has added nearly half a million jobs in the past decade but patterns of employment growth are putting the city's transport system under pressure and...
Supporting Our Schools
Sell your property with BrellaTrac or purchase an apartment at 655 King St between the 17th of November 2017 to 17th February 2018 and we'll donate $1,000 to your nominated school within Inner West & City of Sydney LGA's
Sue Williams Aug 28, 2017

One-bedroom apartments with a car space attached are becoming a rarity in Sydney as planners impose tight controls on the provision of parking in new blocks and developers slash their building costs by reducing the number.

And the big...
Domain neighbourhood guide: How to spend the perfect Saturday in Marrickville

Sophie McComas Aug 10, 2017


It’s easy to see why Marrickville is one of the Inner West’s most in-demand suburbs. The unique community spirit here is alive...
Housing affordability: thousands of large homes occupied by one person in Sydney and Melbourne

Eryk Bagshaw

Published: August 13 2017 - 12:00AM

NSW and Victoria are sitting on a glut of 100,000 underused houses, with more than 2000 six-bedroom homes across Sydney and...
Published: August 1 2017 - 10:34AM 

Home prices in Australia's major cities rose strongly in July, led by a surge in Melbourne, putting a question mark over regulators' attempts to cool the market through tighter rules on leveraged property investors.

 Nicole Frost Jul 28, 2017

​​For those wanting to spend less than $1 million on a house and be close to the city the goal posts have shifted again.

New data shows the closest suburb to the Sydney CBD with a six-figure median house price is...
In a briefing for the less economically cultivated board members, the RBA's research department argued 3.5 per cent would be around the mark to keep the economy growing at its potential, while keeping inflation in check.

It didn't matter that was a conceptual...
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