Welcome to the July edition of the Smartline Report.
It’s been a long time coming but conditions are now ripe for property buyers across our five major cities. In this edition, we share with you tips on buying in a buyers’ market. Now may be a good time to get into the market, however, prices are still steep and saving for your first home is no easy task. Please read on for information about the First Home Super Saver Scheme which may just help you get into your first home faster.
Enjoy reading the articles and, of course, don’t hesitate to call to discuss any of your future plans.
Tips for buying in a buyers’ market
We have seen significant change across the national housing market during the past 12 months. Sydney and Melbourne’s previously overheated… Read more >
Could super get you into your first home faster?
Scraping together the deposit for your first home can be a daunting task, but a federal government… Read more ›
Is your home the breadwinner of the family?
New data has revealed the top Australian suburbs for price growth in the last year. So, did your property earn more than you… Read more >
Australian property market update
CoreLogic Research Director Tim Lawless presents Smartline’s latest national housing and economic data, as well as a breakdown by capital city. More info ›
July property market outlook
National dwelling values tracked lower for the ninth consecutive month in June 2018 according to the Core Logic home value index. Over the month, national dwelling values were -0.2% lower… More info ›
The Herron Todd White team reports comprehensively on the state of property markets around Australia.
Smartline Article Archive
Applying for a mortgage? Improve your chances
Are you in the market for a new home? While scouring real estate websites is exciting, it’s a long road… Read more >
Tips for holidaying on a budget
School holidays have already begun for some and for others, they’re just around the corner. With the kids at home and a break from work, it’s time… Read more >
How to reduce your risk when buying ‘off the plan’
Buying a property off the plan can be cheaper than buying an existing property if you’re buying… Read more >