A glance at movements in share prices since the election shows who expects to do well out of the Coalition’s win. (Spoiler: it’s the finance sector.)
The housing market is long overdue for some creative destruction. The question is when it will occur.
Yes, Sydney housing prices are skyrocketing. But does that mean it's all about to come crashing down?
Banks have won some ground on capital requirements. And other business tidbits of the day.
Joe Hockey and Tony Abbott are pretty pleased that property prices are so high right now. But are we in for a crash? Freelance journalist Andrei Ghoukassian runs the numbers.
The head of Treasury thinks property TV programs are fueling the housing boom. But the major property programs on TV at the moment are about property renovations, not purchases, and you only renovate when you can't buy.
Crikey readers have their say about NIMBYism, development and The Australian's account of how it handled Operation Neath.
Even if you own your home, higher property values just means higher rates and taxes, which means less money in your pocket. The only ones who benefit from the bubble are those in the property industry -- and of course, the property press.