The biggest real estate news – The week ending 25 September – Real Estate Business

Breaking news and updates daily. Subscribe to our Newsletter!
Get notifications in real-time for staying up to date with content that matters to you.
SHARE THIS ARTICLE
Share this article on:
Western Australia gets an affordability nod, Australia’s top dealmakers revealed, and the RBA makes headlines once again: here are the biggest property and real estate stories from the past week.
Welcome to REB’s weekly round-up of the headline stories and news that are important not only for the real estate sector but also for the state of property in Australia more broadly.
To compile this list, not only do we consider the week’s most-read stories and the news that matter to you, but we curate it to include stories from our sister brands that also have an impact on the Australian property landscape. Here are the biggest property stories of the week:
The RBA has flagged more options are on the table for the next cash rate hike in October.
Landlords who own property in Queensland are being urged to apply for a new initiative aimed at boosting supply of social housing in the state.
REB and partner Realtair are thrilled to unveil the Top 50 Dealmakers rankings for the sixth consecutive year, recognising those agents who have consistently gone above and beyond for their customers.
Experts working across property management and proptech spaces have put their heads together in a bid to improve the experience of those working within the industry.
The RBA says new home owners could benefit from lower mortgage repayments as rate hikes reduce property prices.
A new report revealed that while national dwelling prices fell over the latest quarter, house prices in some regions and cities are digging in their heels against the double whammy of rising interest rates and inflation. 
The revelation follows on from the findings outlaid in the Real Estate Institute of Australia’s (REIA) Housing Affordability Report.
Sydney remained at the forefront of the market downturn, with the city ending the winter season on a bleak note. As spring selling season begins, will the NSW capital also be roused from a price growth hibernation?

SHARE THIS ARTICLE
Share this article on:
The REB Dealmakers ranking captures those agents who are thriving in their local area … LEARN MORE
REB is thrilled to present the Top 50 Women in Real Estate 2022 ranking, which sets t … LEARN MORE
Now in its second decade, the REB Top 100 Agents 2022 rankings are the most revered s … LEARN MORE
Even a pandemic has not put the brakes on the unstoppable property market in NSW, whi … LEARN MORE
The COVID-19 crisis has not deterred the property market in Victoria, which has been … LEARN MORE
Ensure you never miss an issue of the Real Estate Business Bulletin.
Enter your email to receive the latest real estate advice and tools to help you sell.
Breaking news and updates daily. Subscribe to our newsletter.

source

Join The Discussion

Compare listings

Compare