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Australian Real Estate Report: Rental Prices Fall Across Capital cities in Australia

Australian real estate agent Michael Marquette of Luxury real estate agency Marquette Turner Luxury Homes looks at the current state of real estate rentals in all of the capital cities in Australia, including sydney real estate, melbourne real estate, brisbane real estate, hobart real estate, darwin real estate, perth real estate, canberra real estate and adelaide real estate.

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Real Estate in Australia: Rental Price Growth Eases

Michael Marquette of Marquette Turner reports that, to the relief of many tenants rental price growth has slowed over the last quarter. The capital cities have recorded zero growth over the quarter with rental prices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide remaining steady. The only capital to record growth was Canberra increasing by a modest 1.2%.

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Buying Real Estate: Know the Limits When Buying Strata-Title Properties in Australia

Shane McNally from Australian Property Investor writes: Around Australia, commonsense plays a major role in defining common and private property but the experts urge investors to take nothing for granted. Understanding your rights and obligations, they say, could prevent a lot of heartache and expense at a later stage. The states and territories vary in […]

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New South Wales Investment Property Boost

Investing in the residential property market in NSW, Australia could become a more attractive prospect following a review currently being conducted into the state’s Residential Tenancy Act. A change that would make it easier for landlords to evict tenants who are behind in their rent payments is perhaps the most controversial of more than 100 […]

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