The NSW Government’s attack on house sharing shows a fundamental ignorance of what they bring to the state as a whole. Airbnb are looking for regulation and understanding.
We spoke to Real Estate maven Geoff Grist about the changes he’s seen in the last decade, and his tips for selling above market.
Our parent’s generation says we should all stop seeing the avocado for our own good. I’m not saying they’re right, but to prove them wrong, I’ve decided to break up with my green bae.
The housing market is going through a seismic shift, and our friend in real estate, Geoff Grist knows this well. Buyers and sellers both seek better results for themselves. But they also covet an advocate they trust.
Both Sam Dastyari’s viral property video and the Coalition’s moves in the budget are off the mark. However, Millennials can still enter the housing market.
A recent ANU study revealed that over 86% of those polled were concerned that they’d never be able to buy a house in the current climate. Frankly, I’m not one of them.
Listen up, kids. Mama is getting tired of all the Baby Boomer bashing and wants to say a few words.
The home loan market is a brutal, mysterious place, where the customer rarely wins out. But thanks to our partners at HashChing, you have digital experts on your side to save your bottom line.
We spoke to one-half of HashChing, Australia’s first online home loan marketplace, about how they are easing the challenges of the housing industry.
As Gen Y has repeatedly been told, get a good job, and you’ll be able to buy a house. Sure. The reality is something entirely different.
The final form of Malcolm, the re-return of the returning returner and one very sad panda. What a week of #AusPol it was. We survived it. At least until Sunday, you know, when I have to work, yeah?
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Josie, 16, looks to solve Australia’s housing affordability crisis.
#SmashedAvo or not, housing affordability is forcing many out of the market. Do we need to focus less on owning a house and more on building a home?