Negative gearing is a defining issue of the 2019 election campaign — and Vote Compass data suggests it's also dividing Australian voters.
Almost four months after it was evacuated, about half of the units inside Sydney’s troubled Opal Tower remain unoccupied — and rectification work has only recently began.
Toni Linley and her husband can hear prison sirens "all the time", but decided neighbouring Risdon Prison is maximum security so the inmates are unlikely to get out.
A downturn is predicted to continue for Darwin's housing market, while hope lies on the horizon for Perth — but an economist suggests negative media does have an effect on the market, with sentiment a factor for buyers and sellers.
NAB is revising down its prediction for property prices in Australia's two biggest cities, saying the fall in values since the start of last year has exceeded its forecasts.
Disability pensioner Gayle Muddyman only receives $500 a week — but with the rent of her three-bedroom house going up "ludicrously" in the last 12 months, she only has dollars to spare.
Higher tax rates for the wealthy could help finance reductions in the tax burden of lower-to-middle-income households, says a new OECD report.
New data shows a record number of Australian households struggled with some degree of mortgage stress in March, as analysts warn the default risk is the highest it's been in two decades.
As Melbourne grows and economic opportunities open up in regional areas, the housing market is struggling to keep up, making life tough for renters.