The liveability and affordability of Brisbane and surrounds are tipped to keep pushing property prices higher, and some neighbourhoods are booming.
- by Sarah Webb
As few as one in six apartment projects would qualify for affordable housing bonuses under a draft version of the Minns government’s policy, developers say.
- by Michael Koziol and Max Maddison
The time between submitting an application and putting a shovel in the ground should be three to six months, not the three to six years it can take, NAB’s chief executive says.
- by Adam Carey
From a private sanctuary to a prime waterfront position, we’ve looked far and wide across the country to bring you our favourite luxury listings.
- by Kate Farrelly
Home buying hopefuls who turned up at auctions earlier this year to take advantage of lower prices faced competition from others doing the same. But now?
- by Jim Malo
The young buyers had to fend off downsizers, who were keen on the home’s internal lifts, to buy the luxury property at auction on Saturday.
- by Carmen Forward
A buyer had seen the Balwyn North house once. Then he paid $2.76 million, funding the vendor’s retirement
The buyer outbid seven others on the 1940s four-bedroom house, which blew past its reserve at auction.
- by Tom Carey
Applicants are facing lengthy delays with a wide disparity between councils over the speed with which such applications for renovations and small residential builds are dispatched.
- The Herald's View
A bit like Goldilocks, Scott Barlow trialled two homes that didn’t fit. Hopefully the third, bought for about $40 million, is just right.
- by Lucy Macken
An Aboriginal land council’s “unpopular” plans to build 450 homes on Sydney’s northern beaches may have influenced the area’s Voice result, the local member alleged.
- by Mary Ward
The keen buyers in their 30s wanted to move closer to the beach and made such a strong first bid, it wiped out most competition.
- by Sarah Webb