A vacant site at the heart of the Scarborough beachfront is set to remain empty for the foreseeable future, with Chinese developer 3 Oceans revealing it has no plans for the land.
More than 300 NSW properties have been earmarked for possible development after an audit of government land launched to relieve the housing crisis.
A new lease-to-own housing platform aims to make home ownership more affordable for buyers who can't afford a traditional deposit.
Fewer people live in inner Sydney than inner Brisbane and Melbourne, pushing up housing costs and driving young families interstate, a report shows.
Maeve Bannister and Luke Costin
An increase in the number of people accessing specialist support services for homelessness has appeared in areas where rents have risen sharply.
Market analysis has revealed the rising cost of stamp duty on property purchases - and its impact on people trying to break into the housing market.
People posing as potential tenants in an undercover operation found a significant proportion of rental homes are failing to meet mandatory minimum standards.
The Queensland government has pledged to build 53,500 more social homes by 2046 but construction industry delays may halt the ambitious target.
When it comes to home ownership, the older you are and the earlier you buy, the better off you are, leaders have been told at a summit.
Some long-awaited relief is on the way for renters in Queensland, with the state government vowing to ban rent bidding and create a portable bond scheme.
A one-stop shop will be created for social housing, affordable housing and homelessness services in NSW, "breaking the chains of bureaucracy" hurting tenants.
A $150 million twin tower development at the multibillion-dollar Burswood Point estate is set to be approved this week, despite objections it could affect the last native wetlands close to the city.
Under pressure renters will continue to feel the weight of rent rises, though a report suggests the market could cool in coming months.
After millions of investments and years of speculation, the Planning Minister on Monday has announced the Waterbank precinct won’t be developed into housing and will instead be turned into something else.
Residents of public housing seeking to stop their homes being demolished and rebuilt have launched a class action against the Victorian government.
Rachael Ward and William Ton
Australia's housing sector has recouped all losses from the 2022 downturn to end 2023 smashing median price records across all capital cities.
Australians are being smashed in a cost of living crisis with record weekly rent prices, as homelessness services experience soaring demand.
Tess Ikonomou and William Ton
A redeveloped convention precinct is crucial for securing and staging lucrative global business events that contribute to the economic and intellectual growth of WA.
Serious issues in another major Sydney apartment complex have raised further questions over the ability of NSW to deliver on its ambitious housing targets.
Luke Costin and Duncan Murray
Renters are experiencing unbearable levels of financial stress but one territory's bold policy choice appears to be making a difference.
A landmark government housing fund has opened its doors to developers as new data shows rental prices grew faster than home values for a second year running.
APIL Group is preparing to lodge its long-term vision for a 42,000sqm site that has been earmarked by the Town of Cambridge for hundreds of new dwellings.
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The average asking price for renting a house in Australia's capital cities has remained steady after almost three years of consecutive growth.
A wave of interstate migrants seeking sun over lockdowns has helped average dwelling prices in Brisbane surpass Melbourne for the first time in a decade.
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