The housing market is long overdue for some creative destruction. The question is when it will occur.
The current tumble in house prices has been gently engineered by the government, but for how long?
The success of Tasmania's economy, which has turned around from being one Australia's least impressive, could be self-perpetuating if state and federal governments can find a way not to screw it up.
Australia's inflation rate is way below the RBA's target band. Is another cash rate cut on the cards?
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 eurozone economy could soon outperform Australia's. And other business tidbits of the day.
Australian house prices are not falling through the floor, writes Christopher Joye of Property Observer. In fact, dwelling prices surged back by a strong 1% in the month of June assisted by a tail-wind in the form of the RBA.
It has taken a few days for the immediate impact of the NSW budget housing initiatives to sink in, writes Jonathan Chancellor of Property Observer.
The world’s housing market decline accelerated during the March quarter, with house price falls in 26 countries and house price gains in only 10, writes Jonathan Chancellor of Property Observer.