Smartline Report: February 18
Welcome to the February edition of The Smartline Report.
The holidays are now behind us and it’s the perfect time to look ahead and contemplate what’s in store for the year ahead. Curious which suburbs are tipped to boom in 2018? Read on. Perhaps you are contemplating building a granny flat. We look at some key things to consider regarding multi-generational living. Or maybe you are planning a renovation this year. We shed some light on where those in the know are finding their inspiration.
Enjoy the read and, of course, don’t hesitate to call to discuss any of your future plans.
Going for a granny flat
Multi-generational living has never been the norm in Australia, but it’s an arrangement that can provide benefits for both the young and the old… Read more ›
Do you have your eye on a renovator’s dream; or perhaps you’ve already invested in one and are mulling ways to transform your bricks-and-mortar ugly… Read more ›
The cities and suburbs tipped to boom in 2018
In 2017 the property landscape shifted as prices became red hot in Sydney and Melbourne… Read more >
Australian property market update
CoreLogic Research Director Tim Lawless presents Smartline February’s national housing and economic data, as well as a breakdown by capital city. More info ›
February property market outlook
At the end of 2017 dwelling values were sliding and early data for 2018 indicates that trend is continuing. According to the CoreLogic Home Value… More info ›
The Herron Todd White team reports comprehensively on the state of property markets around Australia.
Smartline Article Archive
What you need to know about changes to banking in 2018
Things are changing in the banking world, thanks to advances in technology, the need for increased security… Read more >
Buying at auction? 6 tips to help you prepare
Bidding at auction can be a daunting experience if you haven’t done it before. The majority of people who attend auctions report feeling less than confident about… Read more ›
Top tips for renting your property
Around a third of Aussie homes are rented. In areas where rentals are in such short supply, renters face waiting lists, and in some cases, need to bid against… Read more ›