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There’s a new government, so what’s next for Australia’s house prices?

There’s a new government, so what’s next for Australia’s house prices?

There was a raft of pre-election promises made to tackle housing affordability, so what effect will Labor’s victory have on property prices?

  • by Melissa Heagney

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Coastal towns where prices have doubled in five years but are still under $1m

Coastal towns where prices have doubled in five years but are still under $1m

Property prices have reached new heights in many coastal towns, but there are still some coastal towns with six-figure median prices, despite rapid growth.

  • by Kate Burke
Albanese’s property story goes from one form of public housing to another

Albanese’s property story goes from one form of public housing to another

In 1927, two public housing projects were completed that were to play a significant role in the life of Australia’s prime minister elect.

  • by Lucy Macken
Lyndon Terracini set for tree change as home goes under the hammer
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Lyndon Terracini set for tree change as home goes under the hammer

No sooner has Opera Australia’s artistic director announced his departure from the national performing arts company than he has listed his Redfern home.

  • by Lucy Macken
South Coogee block bought in 1972 for $29,400 sells for $5.48 million at election day auction

South Coogee block bought in 1972 for $29,400 sells for $5.48 million at election day auction

You would be forgiven for thinking there was nothing else going on as more than a hundred people turned out for the auction of a tightly held home.

  • by Tawar Razaghi
Modern Carlton North home sells for $1.615m in election day auction

Modern Carlton North home sells for $1.615m in election day auction

Bidders were up early to vote, then fought it out for the keys to the townhouse, leaving the vendor thrilled with the result despite the slowing property market.

  • by Melissa Heagney
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Caledonia’s Mike Messara lists secret Mosman trophy home for $26m
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Caledonia’s Mike Messara lists secret Mosman trophy home for $26m

Mosman’s well-heeled often like to keep their trophy home purchases under wraps, it’s just a pity the paper trail behind these deals is less discreet.

  • by Lucy Macken
The upside to selling your home in Melbourne on election day

The upside to selling your home in Melbourne on election day

There aren’t many auctions for buyers to choose from on election day as everyone waits to see the poll’s outcome, but sellers who do go ahead may be able to reap the rewards.

  • by Melissa Heagney
The upside to selling your home in Sydney on election day

The upside to selling your home in Sydney on election day

Home owners are cautious about selling on election day when buyers may be distracted, but more are pushing ahead than in previous years. What has changed?

  • by Kate Burke
Perth moves up global rankings as a city where the rich want to live

Perth moves up global rankings as a city where the rich want to live

Luxury real estate in Perth has surged by 10 per cent growth, with affluent overseas buyers attracted to the city’s lifestyle, climate, and proximity to South East Asia.

  • by Sarah Brookes
What the major and minor parties are offering home buyers this election

What the major and minor parties are offering home buyers this election

The housing market has always been a hot topic, but in the lead-up to the federal election, it has become a key talking point for many of the parties.

  • by Melissa Heagney