Richard Livingston If I ask the question "is property affordable?" you'll have an opinion, or quickly form one.
James Cockington Last month marked the return of cashed-up Chinese buyers to the Australian auction scene, and auctioneers are jumping for joy.
Noel Whittaker We want to sell our share portfolio, borrow $100,000 and buy a property in London for our children.
Mark Bouris Regardless of why you invest in property, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Noel Whittaker I want to sell some shares. Should I buy more, or pay off the mortgage?
Kate Jones Interest rates will only stay this low for a limited time, so make hay while the sun shines.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Fund managers are piling into property developers and financial services companies to benefit from what they see as the reappearance of the "wealth effect" in the Australian economy, after a hiatus...
Stephen Crafti With a starting price of $5 million for a house, certain features are considered standard.
Gareth Brown There are two simple rules that can prevent disaster when dealing with a financial adviser.
Greg Smith With Commonwealth Bank shares trading at close to all-time highs, investors should consider taking some profits.
Michael Bleby Do you renovate or not before selling? Is it smart investing or throwing money away?
James Cockington You could pay $3.9 million for a Brett Whiteley painting. But what if you're on a slightly tighter budget?
James Cockington From cup-winning silks to a champion's clippers, the salerooms have been heaving with a swathe of local heroes.
Sylvia Pennington Buying an investment property isn't the end of the story. You need to manage it and that can, sometimes, be very tricky.
Kerry Hannon American millionaires are snapping up Irish castles at knock-down prices. And they're not alone.
Penny Pryor As capital city property markets heat up it might be time to look interstate, at areas that are yet to become the next big thing.
Christine Long The long leases make commercial property attractive to investors.
Marcus Padley Most investments you're likely to invest in in your SMSF are regulated financial products, but one of the biggest asset classes isn't. And that's property.
John Collett The picture is a worrying one for Australian investors if the impasse with the US debt ceiling is not resolved by the Thursday deadline.
THE 'HONEST' BROKER
Marcus Padley Money is an amazing motivator; it causes us to do astonishing things. But does it make us happy?