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Rent Prices in Melbourne Drop for First Time in 7 Years

Rent prices for houses in Melbourne have fallen for the first time in 7 years, with new data showing that the median price has fallen by 2.3% to approximately $430 in the last 3 months. The fall was attributed to a larger number of transactions at the cheaper end of the market across all suburbs.


Melbourne Property Prices Begin to Rebound

The outlook of the Australian property landscape is growing progressively brighter according to recent reports from the Domain Quarterly House Price report. The most recent data reveals that the fall in house prices around Australia, in general, is easing significantly, with house prices slipping by only 0.4% during the June quarter. This follows a fall


Worlds Most Luxurious Apartments

It’s not about size it’s how you use it, or when it comes to apartments its location and luxury. With the increase of career centred lifestyles many people are opting for the city lifestyle and reaping the benefits. Apartment living allows for convenience, low maintenance and upkeep, minimal time in commute and proximity to great


Budget 2019: Housing after the budget

The federal budget left little hope to first home buyers, the budget allowed for a $300 million increase in funds for social housing, but no policies to help with housing affordability. The $300 million package will go towards the  National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation to help the states build social housing, this includes: $30

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Noise Pollution at Home Can Harm Your Health, WHO Finds

According to a recent report from the World Health Organisation (WHO), the problem of environmental noise could be a growing issue for people across Australia. The study suggests that at least one million healthy years of life are lost every year due to traffic-related heavy noise throughout the Western part of Europe. The study from


37% of Young Australians don’t think they’ll ever own a home.

In a poll commissioned by Buy Melbourne Apartments, we found that 37.2% of a random selection of 1000 Young Australians polled believe that they will not be able to acquire and afford a home loan by age 35. The polled Australians were 18 to 25 at the time of polling, and were provided the option

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