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Qld Greens propose house vacancy tax

Brisbane home owners who deliberately leave properties vacant will be taxed to fund affordable housing for the homeless under a Queensland Greens proposal.

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Vic rent reforms to 'push out landlords'

A move to give Victorian tenants more rights risks driving landlords out of the market, Victoria's real estate institute warns.

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New NSW housing tied up in red tape

Red tape is preventing developers from building hundreds of thousands of new homes on land in Sydney.

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McGrath won't achieve earnings estimate

McGrath Limited expects its full-year earnings will be lower than a key analyst's estimate, following a weaker-than-expected first four months of trading.

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Genworth hit by tighter mortgage market

Genworth Mortgage Insurance says regulatory intervention in the home loan market is squeezing margins, after its third-quarter profit fell by almost a third.

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RBA move unlikely as services growth slows

Australian services sector growth slowed for a third straight month in October, further reducing chances of a Reserve Bank rate hike next week.

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Home prices flat as auctions hit 2017 high

Clearance rates across Australia's capital cities edged higher last week despite the highest number of home auctions so far this year.

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Falling new home sales yet to hit bottom

New home sales continue to slump but have yet to reach their low point.

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Housing market lifts CSR's HY profit 3.7%

CSR has lifted first-half profit 3.7 per cent to $118.7 million as the building products supplier benefited from a solid east coast residential housing market.

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Home price growth continues to slow

Home price growth in the capital cities has continued to slow on a quarterly basis, weighed down by tighter lending by the big banks and easing market conditions in Sydney.

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Housing hope for WA, Qld mining towns

House prices that collapsed after the mining boom ended in Western Australian and Queensland are starting to recover in some towns, a new report suggests.

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Home sales rise but market remains soft

Home sales across Australia's capital cities have risen slightly in the past week, but the market remains soft with prices steady.

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Developers to chip in for Vic suburb

Developers and landowners will have to give the Victorian government more than $16,000 for every dwelling in a new suburb on the edge of Melbourne's CBD.

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Mortgages soaking up more income

Dual income households are putting a bigger slice of their monthly wages into mortgage repayments.

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First home super scheme passes lower house

The federal government insists its plan to allow first-home buyers to save for a deposit through their superannuation won't undermine Australia's retirement savings system.

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Young bear brunt of home ownership decline

Home ownership among young Australians has fallen by more than one-third in the past 25 years despite relatively low interest rates, a major welfare report has found.

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Multi-property investors worry RBA

Growing risks in the Australian property market.

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Who are Australia's big property investors?

Investing in property is a popular pastime in Australia but a growing number of heavyweight portfolio owners have six or more properties to their name.

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Where house prices are falling the fastest

House prices fell in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth over the three months to end-September, while values grew fastest in Hobart and Canberra, according to the latest figures from real estate website, Domain.

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NSW property boom ending: Domain report

Chinese buyers are buying one in four new homes in NSW, supporting prices in the state even as the property boom ends.

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