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Under $100,000: The towns where you’ll find Australia’s cheapest houses for sale

Under $100,000: The towns where you’ll find Australia’s cheapest houses for sale
June 21, 2018 REALas Team
Under $100,000: The towns where you’ll find Australia’s cheapest houses for sale

Under $100,000: The towns where you’ll find Australia’s cheapest houses for sale

While prices are flattening or even falling in some of Australia’s cities, for many first-home buyers they’re still well out of reach. Read article.

Why your house is freezing in winter, and how to warm it up

If we live in a “sunburnt country”, then why do some of our houses feel so cold? Read article.

Great level of discipline’: How a teenager bought her first home at the age of 18

Three jobs, 14-hour workdays and years of saving. That’s what it took for Samantha Kennedy to nab her first property just months after finishing high school Read article.

Tiny concrete home designed for enviro-friendly Millennials

On a block measuring only 175 square metres sits an apartment-house hybrid that is perfect for Millennial couples. Read article.

Entire town hits the market for unbelievable price

This could be the ultimate bargain. An entire town complete with 12 houses, helipad and tennis court could be yours for just $500,000. Read article.

Queensland state budget 2018: Government to slash first home owners’ grant

If you were planning to cash in on the Queensland Government’s $20,000 first home owners’ grant, you’ll need to be super quick. Read article.

Here’s your chance to transform the worst house on Adelaide’s best street

Would you live here? It has broken windows, graffiti and cracked walls almost anywhere you look, yet this heavily decaying North Adelaide home is currently rented for $100 a week. More surprisingly, the three-bedroom property is likely to sell for more than $1 million at its auction next week. Read article.

Sydney, Melbourne among the world’s most expensive cities to move to: study

A Berlin-based company has released a study revealing which of 80 major immigration hotspots in the world are the most expensive for new residents to put down roots, with Sydney coming in sixth. Read article.

Sydney Swan Isaac Heeney buys in Maroubra

Sydney Swan young gun Isaac Heeney has bought into the Sydney apartment market, just months after buying his first property near Newcastle. Read article.

Sydney’s harbourside apartment market casts shadow on suburban mansions

Pam and Kevin Sheather are selling their long-held Mosman home for $12.5 million to downsize into an apartment for about half that price. They might struggle to do that. Read article.