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The explosive recovery in the Australian housing market has translated to happier sellers, with satisfaction at sale prices doubling in one year.
Mummified animals, 20-year-old food and bags of human faeces are being discovered in the homes of some of Sydney’s most compulsive hoarders as distraught relatives prepare the properties for a sale.
NBA basketball star Carmelo Anthony is asking $AUD 19.23 million ($USD 12.85 million) for his New York City apartment.
It last sold in 1916 for 30 pounds but a historic terrace in Surry Hills once used as a suspected brothel was dragged into the 21st century when it sold under the hammer Saturday for $2.87 million.
Former pro cyclist Lance Armstrong has decided to part ways with his impressive Colorado home for $AU 21.6 million ($US 14.5 million).
Waterfront real estate is usually reserved for cashed-up buyers with big boats and even bigger budgets, but that’s not always the case.
As parents across the country breath a collective sigh of relief now that school in back in session, house hunters who have fond memories of their school days might want to consider these period homes.
In an extension of the old adage, you are what you eat, it’s becoming more and more apparent that when it comes to property, what you eat is what your home is worth.
Properties with gorgeous water views that are close to schools have always fetched staggering prices.
The most-expensive home currently for sale in the United States is this lavish Californian estate, complete with an eye-watering price guide of $AUD 328.62 million ($US 225 million).
A pair of flatmates claim to have made a horrific discovery after noticing a strange tar-like substance dripping from the ceiling of their flat.
Australia’s real estate market needs to better meet the demands of buyers when it comes to concerns about climate change, according to one of the industry’s leading figures.
Sydney’s housing affordability issues appear to be catching up with it, as buyers enter the new decade looking for opportunities and value elsewhere around the country.
A New Zealand landlord says he accidentally ran over and killed a racially abusive tenant while trying to flee a violent confrontation outside his rental home on Saturday evening.
A man has been caught out listing his ex-girlfriend’s flat to rent – before swiping the cash and fleeing overseas.
A young tenant has shared his disbelief after his landlady installed a “cage” around the property’s thermostat in a bid to cut down on power bills.
Airbnb has changed the face of global tourism after giving traditional hotels a run for their money, and now the disruptive accommodation portal (and others like it) is making its mark on small town Australia and locals are being asked to have their say.
Sydney rents have been getting cheaper as more tenants become first home buyers and a wave of new rental homes become available.
Efficiency was taken to the next level by a mysterious buyer that saw a stylish Surrey Hills reno online the night before the auction. He then forked out a huge premium to beat the competition. The post Buyer sees Surrey Hills listing, pays $350K premium next day appeared first on realestate.com.au.
A regional Victorian school that shut in 2013 — a few months before being earmarked for $220,000 in funding as part of the Gonski Review, is for sale. And it’s surprisingly affordable. The post Victorian school at centre of Gonski gaffe listed for sale appeared first on realestate.com.au.
Most people are attracted to Norwood for its cafe offerings, but buy a stunning family townhouse at 40 Elizabeth St and you’ll find the eastern suburb’s attractions come a distant second to the incredible lifestyle available within its boundary The post 40 Elizabeth St, Norwood attracts a huge crowd to its first open inspection appeared first on realestate.com.au.
A PETITION to reverse the Gunner Government’s new pet rental legislation has received more than 1400 signatures within days of being launched. WHAT do you think? VOTE in our poll The post Rental law a pet hate as petition signatures skyrocket appeared first on realestate.com.au.
It may be 100 years old but make no mistake this fig tree is worth millions as buyers struggle to find space in the inner city. The post Why a 100-year-old fig tree is worth millions appeared first on realestate.com.au.
It is more than 140 years old, but an incredible renovation has left this sandstone terrace home in Battery Point looking better — not to mention younger — than ever. The post Battery Point: Unsurpassed city fringe living appeared first on realestate.com.au.
Passing on an early offer on this original Torquay beach house has paid off as buyers paid more than $350K above price hopes at a hot auction. The post Original Torquay beach house beats price hopes by $350K appeared first on realestate.com.au.
A house converted inside one of Victoria’s few churches designed in “Roman temple form” has hit the market in Northcote, with buyers already scrambling to secure the piece of heaven on earth. The post Northcote ‘Roman temple’ church conversion a rare listing appeared first on realestate.com.au.
While South Sydney Rabbitohs coach Wayne Bennett has ruled out retirement after his current contract runs out in 2021, it would seem farm life could be his ultimate destination. The post South Sydney Rabbitohs coach Wayne Bennett buys two farms in Queensland appeared first on realestate.com.au.
America’s most expensive house, which is more like a small town, is about to hit the market with some mind-blowing add-ons. The post Most expensive home in the US, $750 million ‘The One’ set to go to market appeared first on realestate.com.au.
A ‘60s-built shack has been transformed into a superb waterside home at Coningham. The post Coningham: Highly sought-after waterside position appeared first on realestate.com.au.
Not just the most viewed home in Tasmania last week, this West Ulverstone lifestyle property also cracked the Top 3 in the nation. The post Waterside wonderland our most viewed home of the week appeared first on realestate.com.au.
Sydney Harbour has some of the most iconic views in the world, which makes sense why it costs the big bucks to own a property that overlooks it. However, not if you're a renter. The post Dream Rental: Multi-million dollar views on a renter’s budget appeared first on realestate.com.au.
There are a number of up-market homes setting records around the ACT, as autumn selling season begins with a bang. The post These Canberra homes are setting records for the nation’s capital appeared first on realestate.com.au.
Family homes on a block size greater than 600 sqm are in huge demand in some areas of western Sydney, with buyers prepared to pay above $2 million for a home that suits their criteria. The post $2m the sweet spot for Oatlands family buys appeared first on realestate.com.au.
The careful, respectful renovation of this historic building into a family-sized home is a treat for the eyes. The post Creative church conversion ticks every box appeared first on realestate.com.au.
Bathurst racer and revhead Kevin Stoopman has sold his ‘big boy’s paradise’ after a planned change of gears from life in the fast lane turned into a pit stop in his career on the track. The post Racer Kevin Stoopman drives top of the range sale in Lima East appeared first on realestate.com.au.
Two neighbouring blocks in a prestige coast enclave are on the market with a price tag that is normally reserved for the most luxurious mega-mansions. The post Vacant Gold Coast blocks listed with an eye-watering price tag appeared first on realestate.com.au.
There’s speculation the mystery buyer of the late media magnate Sam Chisholm’s Palm Beach weekender is the Atlassian billionaire Michael Cannon-Brookes and his wife Annie. The post Speculation surrounds identity of buyer for Sam Chisholm’s Palm Beach weekender appeared first on realestate.com.au.
With its striking copper clad facade, this Bar Beach property is the type that will turn heads, and inside it is even more intriguing. The post Bar Beach: Take a look inside this one of a kind home that is set to break records appeared first on realestate.com.au.