42 Kernan Court Craigieburn VIC 3064

42 Kernan Court, Craigieburn Vic 3064

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Di Battista Real Estate - CRAIGIEBURN

Sanmaan Singh

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Universal Real Estate Vic Cragieburn

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Universal Real Estate Craigieburn

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Professionals RCM - CRAIGIEBURN

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Raine & Horne Craigieburn

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Area Agents Real Estate - CRAIGIEBURN

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Totally Real Estate Pty Ltd

Sunil Kumar

SKAD REAL ESTATE - Craigieburn

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Just Rentals Residential & Commercial - CRAIGIEBURN

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Renowned Real Estate - CRAIGIEBURN

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Stockdale & Leggo - CRAIGIEBURN

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Four Pillars Real Estate - CRAIGIEBURN

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Kohinoor Real Estate - CRAIGIEBURN

Jag Kang

C Square Group Pty Ltd

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YPA Estate Agents Craigieburn

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Reliance Craigieburn - CRAIGIEBURN

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Fernando Estate Agents - CRAIGIEBURN

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Morris Glen Real Estate Agents - Craigieburn

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Alvat & Bhandari Real Estate

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Capital Cities Stumble as Regional Markets Thrive: Is the Aussie Dream Shifting Gears?

While capital cities witnessed a slowdown in growth, values in regional areas rose by 1.2% in the three months leading to January, compared to a mere 1% increase in major cities. This trend suggests a potential shift in the Australian property landscape, with regional areas becoming increasingly attractive options.
While capital cities witnessed a slowdown in growth, values in regional areas rose by 1.2% in the three months leading to January, compared to a mere 1% increase in major cities. This trend suggests a potential shift in the Australian property landscape, with regional areas becoming increasingly attractive options.

Tassie Tensions: Labor Offers Landlords Cash to Cool Rental Costs

The Tasmanian election race heats up as Labour leader Rebecca White visited Rokeby to announce a $1,000 per household incentive program for landlords willing to invest in energy-saving upgrades like insulation, heat pumps, or improved glazing. However, to access the state funding, landlords must match the contribution, ensuring a shared commitment to improving energy efficiency in their properties.
The Tasmanian election race heats up as Labour leader Rebecca White visited Rokeby to announce a $1,000 per household incentive program for landlords willing to invest in energy-saving upgrades like insulation, heat pumps, or improved glazing. However, to access the state funding, landlords must match the contribution, ensuring a shared commitment to improving energy efficiency in their properties.

House vs. Apartment: The Great Divide Widens as Detached Dwellings Surpass Units in Value

Four years ago, the difference between a house and an apartment was a mere 16%. Today, it's a whopping 45%, with houses leaving units in the dust. The pandemic triggered a desire for space, pushing people towards detached dwellings. Combine that with rising interest rates and a rebounding market, and you have a recipe for a record-breaking "house premium."
Four years ago, the difference between a house and an apartment was a mere 16%. Today, it's a whopping 45%, with houses leaving units in the dust. The pandemic triggered a desire for space, pushing people towards detached dwellings. Combine that with rising interest rates and a rebounding market, and you have a recipe for a record-breaking "house premium."

Stuck in Renter Purgatory: Even Top Earners Can't Escape Australia's Soaring Housing Market

A Melbourne entrepreneur, despite earning a six-figure salary, has rented her dream home for 22 years. Is homeownership becoming a pipe dream even for high-income Australians?
A Melbourne entrepreneur, despite earning a six-figure salary, has rented her dream home for 22 years. Is homeownership becoming a pipe dream even for high-income Australians?

Renter Revolution Brewing: Labor Faces Uphill Battle as Rents Skyrocket

Rents have soared nearly 12% since 2022, with no end in sight. While Labour has taken some steps, including increased rent assistance and the Housing Australia Future Fund, these measures are seen as insufficient by many struggling renters.
Rents have soared nearly 12% since 2022, with no end in sight. While Labour has taken some steps, including increased rent assistance and the Housing Australia Future Fund, these measures are seen as insufficient by many struggling renters.

Greens Dig In Heels as Albanese Dares Them to Block Housing Help for 10,000 Australians

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has thrown down the gauntlet to the Greens, daring them to vote against his government's Help-to-Buy scheme after refusing their demands for concessions on housing tax breaks.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has thrown down the gauntlet to the Greens, daring them to vote against his government's Help-to-Buy scheme after refusing their demands for concessions on housing tax breaks.

Six-Year Ordeal Ends: Morecrofts Reclaim $2.7 Million From Government in Landmark Land Title Case

The Queensland government has been dealt a hefty blow, ordered to pay $2.7 million to a Gold Coast couple who lost their dream home due to a fraudulent sale. The Brisbane Court of Appeal's unanimous decision marks a potential end to the Morecrofts' six-year ordeal, which began when their newly purchased house in Mermaid Beach turned out to be entangled in a family feud and ultimately deemed "fraudulently mortgaged by criminals."
The Queensland government has been dealt a hefty blow, ordered to pay $2.7 million to a Gold Coast couple who lost their dream home due to a fraudulent sale. The Brisbane Court of Appeal's unanimous decision marks a potential end to the Morecrofts' six-year ordeal, which began when their newly purchased house in Mermaid Beach turned out to be entangled in a family feud and ultimately deemed "fraudulently mortgaged by criminals."

Backyard Dreams Crumble: Quarter-Acre Block a Fantasy, Says Liverpool Mayor

The iconic Aussie dream of owning a spacious quarter-acre block might be fading faster than a summer sunset, with Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun declaring it "now a fantasy." His blunt statement comes amid skyrocketing building costs, with the Bureau of Statistics reporting a staggering $60,000 increase in just one year. "Land isn't the issue – we have plenty in Australia," Mr. Mannoun told Sky News Australia. "But development is getting choked by red tape."
The iconic Aussie dream of owning a spacious quarter-acre block might be fading faster than a summer sunset, with Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun declaring it "now a fantasy." His blunt statement comes amid skyrocketing building costs, with the Bureau of Statistics reporting a staggering $60,000 increase in just one year. "Land isn't the issue – we have plenty in Australia," Mr. Mannoun told Sky News Australia. "But development is getting choked by red tape."

Half Your Salary to the Taxman? Sydney Homebuyers Feeling the Stamp Duty Squeeze

Sydney's housing market is already one of the hottest in the world, but now homebuyers are facing a new hurdle: paying half their salary just in stamp duty! Key Takeaways: Sydney homebuyers now pay 5.4 times more stamp duty than their counterparts in the early 1980s. The median-priced Sydney home requires a whopping $45,000 in stamp duty, equivalent to six months of average post-tax income. Soaring housing prices and outdated stamp duty brackets are creating a "bracket creep" effect, pushing more properties into higher tax rates. This heavy burden discourages first-home buyers and hinders downsizing or job-related relocations, impacting market fluidity.
Sydney's housing market is already one of the hottest in the world, but now homebuyers are facing a new hurdle: paying half their salary just in stamp duty! Key Takeaways: Sydney homebuyers now pay 5.4 times more stamp duty than their counterparts in the early 1980s. The median-priced Sydney home requires a whopping $45,000 in stamp duty, equivalent to six months of average post-tax income. Soaring housing prices and outdated stamp duty brackets are creating a "bracket creep" effect, pushing more properties into higher tax rates. This heavy burden discourages first-home buyers and hinders downsizing or job-related relocations, impacting market fluidity.

Dragon Down Under Loses Fizz: Chinese Buying Slumps as Indian Investors Surge in Australian Property Market

The roar of the Chinese dragon in the Australian property market has softened to a purr, with new data revealing a $400 million drop in investment over the past three months. However, the void left by the cooling Chinese interest is being swiftly filled by a surge of Indian buyers, raising questions about the future landscape of foreign investment in Australian real estate. Only Australian citizens and permanent residents can purchase property, but international buyers can apply for permission through the Foreign Investment Review Board.
The roar of the Chinese dragon in the Australian property market has softened to a purr, with new data revealing a $400 million drop in investment over the past three months. However, the void left by the cooling Chinese interest is being swiftly filled by a surge of Indian buyers, raising questions about the future landscape of foreign investment in Australian real estate. Only Australian citizens and permanent residents can purchase property, but international buyers can apply for permission through the Foreign Investment Review Board.