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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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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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Home prices up but growth slows

Home prices across Australia's capital cities have edged higher over the September quarter but the growth rate is slowing, influenced by Sydney's housing market where capital gains have stalled.

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House hunters turn to Brisbane

House hunters are steering away from Sydney and Melbourne and turning their attention to Brisbane, according to property data group CoreLogic.

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Weak confidence 'could hit house prices'

Weakening consumer confidence is pointing to a slowdown in capital city house price growth, an economist says.

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Home sales pick up but below a year ago

The past week has been the busiest for auctions since June but the clearance rate was down on a year ago, and prices were flat across the key capital cities with Sydney's values actually falling.

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Home loan approvals jump 2.9% in July

The number of home loan approvals has risen 2.9 per cent in July, beating market expectations for an increase of 1.0 per cent.

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Home auction volumes fall

The number of homes going under the hammer has fallen across the nation over the past week, while housing prices have hardly moved.

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Land, capital gains tax for housing: CEDA

Stamp duty on homes should be dumped and a larger portion of capital gains made on property should be taxed, according to a leading independent national think-tank.

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Aussies losing faith in home ownership

More than one third of Australians who are either home owners or aspire to buy in the future no longer believe it's the best way to guarantee their financial future.

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Reno catch-up likely as house prices grow

Aussies will swing back into the renovation game over coming years as wages growth starts to pick up and the jobs market improves, an economist says.

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New Melbourne suburb to house 22,000

Up to 22,000 people are expected to call Mt Atkinson home, with plans approved for the new suburb 30km west of Melbourne.

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NSW house prices push Aussies into flats

Climbing property prices and a growing demand to rent in NSW have boosted approvals for new medium density developments in the state, despite a slowing trend nationally.

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Home ownership too tough for young: study

Home ownership among young Australians has rapidly declined and incomes have flatlined, meaning an increased likelihood of paying rent well into retirement.

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Canberra property hottest growth ticket

Canberra has been Australia's best performing capital city for housing price growth over the past three months.

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Sydney housing continues to slow

Sydney's housing market is continuing to slow while Melbourne remains on the climb, lastest auction figures show.

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First home seekers more upbeat on outlook

Australians are starting to take a more positive view towards buying a home after many months of fretting that the dream of owning a roof over their heads was becoming a nightmare.

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Private rentals replace WA social housing

A WA government trial program aimed at getting social housing tenants and waitlist applicants into private rental homes has passed the initial target of more than 200 households.

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