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The Point Piper boat shed sold last year for $38.5 million.
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Australia’s most expensive boat shed gets a Murdoch makeover

The Point Piper vintage boat shed Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch bought last year for $38.5 million is set for a renovation.

  • by Lucy Macken
Australian property prices are at risk of a correction.

Australia ranks fourth on global property risk list. Will we dodge it?

Australia is one of the most likely countries in the world to experience property price falls, a new ranking shows.

  • by Elizabeth Redman

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Ray White Oakleigh auctioneer Robert Cincotta takes bids during the Northcote auction.

Mother bidding for first homebuyer son nabs $1.625m Northcote house

The auction for the stylish home was over in just 12 bids, and the victors beat three other parties, who were undeterred by the latest rise in interest rates.

  • by Melissa Heagney
The original-condition house at 12 Dorking Road, is surrounded by luxury modern homes.

Cabarita house sold for $4.72 million to buyers who plan to knock it down

The auction of an original-condition home surrounded by modern mansions on the waterside attracted three bidders who competed for the block next door six years ago.

  • by Kate Burke
The Point Piper boat shed on an almost 2000 square metre block sold last year for $38.5 million.

Australia’s most expensive boat shed gets a Murdoch makeover

The Point Piper vintage boat shed Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch bought last year for $38.5 million is set for a renovation.

  • by Lucy Macken
Sister Margaret in the living area at The Daughters of Charity’s new Living Quarters.

More like a real home than clinical retirement living

Retirement homes have had a bad-wrap over recent years with clinical rooms leading off sterile corridors and shared bathroom facilities.

  • by Stephen Crafti
17 St Georges Road, Toorak is up for sale $65 million to $70 million.

The $65m-$70m mansion poised to shatter Victorian price record

The colossal Toorak mansion and estate, priced at $65 million to $70 million, is a few days away from officially hitting the market and photos have not yet been released.

  • by Emily Power
Australian property prices are at risk of a correction.

Australia ranks fourth on global property risk list. Will we dodge it?

Australia is one of the most likely countries in the world to experience property price falls, a new ranking shows, but the drops might not be as deep as priced-out buyers hope.

  • by Elizabeth Redman
Homes in Northwood had the highest average views per listing on Domain over the past three months.

‘Pretty wow’: Sydney’s most-searched suburbs by home hunters

Sydney’s most in-demand suburbs are – unsurprisingly – mostly in coastal pockets, but there is one exception.

  • by Kate Burke
The number of spare bedrooms is on the rise, given little incentive to downsize.

Perth empty nesters who rent out spare rooms or downsize should get a tax break: expert

There are 13 million spare bedrooms across Australia and many of them belong to empty nesters still living in large family homes long after their children have flown the coop.

  • by Sarah Brookes
Some potential property purchases are passing opportunities by.

House prices are falling, but buyer beware of holding out for a better deal

Some property buyers are putting off their purchase, banking on finding a cheaper home later this year, but experts warn trying to pick the bottom of the market has risks.

  • by Elizabeth Redman
Emma Stone

Emma Stone sells Malibu Beach house for more than $6 million

Perched on a cliff overlooking the North Pacific coastline, the La La Land star’s vogue abode boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms and sits on a 12,950 square metre block.

  • by James Robinson
The era of zero interest is about to end.

Stamp duty catch: what happens when it’s time to sell?

First home buyers could get into the market sooner under a NSW plan to let them avoid stamp duty. But when it’s time to sell, experts warn there’s a catch.

  • by Elizabeth Redman
First home buyer Dylan Bow welcomed the property tax and shared equity scheme, but said they wouldn’t prompt him to alter his plans.

‘Weight off our shoulders’: First home buyers welcome property tax

First home buyers have welcomed the option to swap stamp duty for an annual property tax, saying it would help them into the housing market sooner.

  • by Kate Burke
The 1880s colonial-style mansion was sold by former Crown chairman Rob Rankin.

Ex-Crown boss Rob Rankin sells Woollahra trophy home for $35 million

The former Crown chairman never did return to Sydney to appear at the Bergin casino inquiry, but that hasn’t stopped him selling his Sydney home for $35 million.

  • by Lucy Macken
An apartment in this building in Surry Hills is for sale for $950,000, the price cap for the NSW Government’s trial shared equity scheme.

Where essential workers can buy in Sydney under the shared equity scheme

Essential workers who qualify for the trial of the NSW shared equity scheme could choose an apartment closer to the Sydney CBD or a house further away, analysis of data shows.

  • by Melissa Heagney
The state government’s shared equity scheme is hoped to help essential workers buy a home in the area in which they work.

Essential workers’ home buyer scheme welcomed amid wider crisis

Experts have welcomed a NSW state government plan to help essential workers buy homes, but warn it won’t solve the housing affordability crisis and may push up prices.

  • by Sue Williams

Google co-founder drops $18m on Pink’s former Malibu estate

The news comes as the world’s sixth-richest man and his wife Nicole Shanahan file for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.

  • by James Robinson
Lower priced homes are now seeing the strongest price growth in many cities, and are holding up best in Sydney and Melbourne.

The property type defying the downturn, for now

Sydney and Melbourne may be in a property downturn, but some market segments are still seeing price growth.

  • by Kate Burke
The Studio Zi-designed residence sets a non-waterfront record for Greenwich.

Child genius turned trader makes $10.7m debut on prestige market

Ebon Bokody passed his HSC advanced maths exam at 13, but waited until he was 34 to debut on Sydney’s prestige property market.

  • by Lucy Macken
The Penshurst house, 1995 and 2022, bought by friends as a way into the property market.

I bought a house in my 20s with a friend, and we’re still friends

Somehow, probably over a Baileys on ice, we came up with the idea of buying a house together 27 years ago as a way of getting into the property market.

  • by Monique Farmer
Auction of 54 Toxteth Road, Glebe by auctioneer Thomas McGlynn.

Siblings and downsizing mum spend $2.7 million on Glebe house

Four locals competed for the original-condition Victorian house in Glebe’s prestigious Toxteth Estate.

  • by Tawar Razaghi
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