29 June 2016, 29 June 2016

by Larry Schlesinger

New federal and state tax rules and charges will kick in on Friday targeted at foreign owners, developers and buyers of Australian real estate.

26 May 2016

The Age, 26 May 2016

By Clay Lucas

Half of central Melbourne's new apartments are being built and bought by off-shore investors, as the city grapples with what one development industry figure has labelled an "unprecedented level of supply".

24 May 2016, 24 May 2016

By Kim Dovey and Elek Pafka (University of Melbourne)

In debates about urban density we often find comments about buildings being too tall or not tall enough, about too many people in a neighbourhood or too few, about streets and buildings being overcrowded or empty.

31 March 2016

The Age, 31 March 2016

By Inga Ting

The proportion of Australian residents born overseas has soared to its highest level in 120 years, new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show.

03 February 2016, 3 February 2016

by Michael Bleby

Housing approvals hit new annual high in 2015, with planning authorities giving the tick to 232,078 new homes. 

The number of new dwellings approved rose almost 14 per cent on the previous year, driven by a new annual record for units and townhouses, which leaped 30 per cent to 115,752. The figures are seasonally adjusted.

18 November 2015

Herald Sun, 18 November 2015

By Olga Galacho

MELBOURNE’S once red-hot unit market continues to cool, with research showing the number and value of transactions are half the levels recorded a year ago.

07 October 2015, 07 October 2015
By Larry Schlesinger

01 October 2015, 01 October 2015

By Kirsten Robb

Melbourne’s property market streaked away from the rest of the country over the September quarter, according to figures released Thursday, proving Australia’s most liveable city also boasts its strongest real estate market.

31 August 2015, 31 August 2015

By Alice Archer

Melbourne CBD is Australia’s most popular and fastest-growing city, and will need another 71,000 dwellings by 2035 to cater for an influx of residents.

12 August 2015

The Australian Financial Review, 12 August 2015

By Nick Lenaghan

Local developers have delivered more than 90 per cent of the recent supply of apartments in Melbourne, challenging a common assumption that offshore players dominate, according to industry research.

09 July 2015

AAP , 9 July 2015

By Megan Neil

The declining Australian dollar is expected to make Australian housing even more attractive to foreign buyers.

CoreLogic RP Data senior research analyst Cameron Kusher says housing is looking expensive to many Australians, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne, but not so for foreign buyers.

05 June 2015

The Sydney Morning Hearld, 5 June 2015

By Patrick Commins


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