Welcome to the September edition of The Smartline Report. This month we explore why there is a significant decline in the proportion of Australian dwellings selling below $400,000, what’s in store for our cash rate, and we take a closer look at the proposed First Home Super Saver Scheme.
Enjoy the read and, of course, don’t hesitate to call to discuss any of your future plans.
Housing supply under $400,000 dries up
Ongoing increases in dwelling values over recent years has led to a significant reduction… Read more ›
What’s the outlook for the cash rate?
While some countries, including the US and Canada, have started to raise interest rates after a period, and it’s understood the UK will soon… Read more ›
First home buyers waiting for legislation to pass
Under the proposed scheme, people could make annual contributions of up to $15,000… Read more >
Australian property market update
CoreLogic Research Director Tim Lawless presents Smartline September’s national housing and economic data, as well as a breakdown by capital city. More info ›
September property market outlook
According to the revised index, national dwelling values were unchanged over the month, with combined capital city dwelling values increasing 0.1%… More info ›
The Herron Todd White team reports comprehensively on the state of property markets around Australia.
Smartline Article Archive
5 ways to save your mortgage deposit faster
Struggling to figure out how you’ll ever afford your own home? These savings strategies could help you get that elusive deposit together in no time. Read more ›
Starting off modestly vs. buying a more expensive property
Starting small can be a smart financial move. There is a lot to be said for intentionally buying… Read more >
Understanding low doc loans for the self-employed
There’s a lot of appeal to being self-employed. However, there are a couple of drawbacks to being… Read more ›