Unless you’ve been avoiding any form of media, you’ll probably be aware of the persistent worries over land supply in Sydney. Ensuring that enough vacant land is released is the cornerstone of new home building, and an obstacle that the Harbour City has come up against many times. Fortunately, this doesn’t seem to have dampened
There has been an intelligence report from the AFP Cybercrime Operations, relating to increasingly sophisticated methods employed by cybercriminals in conjunction with the Dyreza malware targeting Financial Institutions.
The report incorporates the use of ‘1800’ communications services, to insert an extra level of perceived authenticity to a Microsoft type scam.
Instead of the criminals randomly
There has been no shortage of commentary on tax over the past few months. Be it politicians or members of the real estate community, everyone has been keen to add their two cents on the contentious issue. Treasurer Joe Hockey was often at the centre of these discussions, but his latest comments may just spur
New homeowners are embracing the apartment lifestyle more than ever before. The compact, low maintenance and convenient nature of living in a unit appeals to a broad range of people, from families and downsizers, to young professionals.
In fact, figures from the state government show that there are approximately 2 million people in strata-titled buildings
Who wouldn’t love the feeling of being mortgage-free? With your repayments very slowly whittling away at the balance over a long period of time, paying off your home loan can sometimes feel like a hard-fought battle.
While purchasing a property can require sizeable financial commitment, low interest rates mean households are able to pay down
Buying a home can be a hefty financial decision, so it makes sense to be prepared. After all, when you’ve worked hard to save for the deposit on a home loan, you want to be as sure as possible about your decision.
Despite this, many people can forget about an important element in their