John Collett As Sydney prices soar, property developer hopes to convince investors to look at opportunities elsewhere.
David Potts With the lowest lending rates ever, this is the property boom we had to have.
George Cochrane We're selling up and want to know the best plan for salting away the proceeds.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips The gains can look impressive at first but appear less so once you do the sums.
John Addis If a recession does trigger a property-price crash, it won't be Glenn Stevens' fault.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Ingenia's aged care focus is a point of difference from its REIT peers.
Max Newnham The success or failure of investing in property is all about the decisions you make.
John Collett Buy-to-let boom drives NSW State Government to issue warning to landlords.
Mark Bouris Economies come down to households having confidence to commit to property purchases.
Richard Livingston Discussions about residential property often descend into a debate about values. For the record, I think property is overvalued
Clancy Yeates Low rates and a buoyant auction market are breathing new life into an age-old debate: are Australian house prices at risk of entering bubble territory?
Clancy Yeates What's more risky about a property boom based on investors?
Brian Han Integrated real estate group Mirvac has investors excited about its focused strategy
Mark Bouris Regardless of why you invest in property, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Richard Livingston If I ask the question "is property affordable?" you'll have an opinion, or quickly form one.
BUBBLE TO POP?
John Collett We should brace ourselves for a spectacular collapse in home prices, an American economist claims.
Rod Myer The listed property sector gives private investors the chance to get exposure to commercial, industrial and retail sectors of the property market.
With lower rental yields and rising vacancy rates, analysts are warning investors to tread carefully, writes John Collett.
Penny Pryor It's a time for wait-and-see, especially for first-home buyers - your net wealth will thank you.
David Potts All that warm weather in May seems to have perked up property prices, but a chill is descending in more ways than one.