We continue to suffer without protest. Why?
- by Charles Purcell
After an unprecedented campaign to sell off public assets, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has let loose the purse strings in a bid to win re-election.
- by Jessica Irvine
The building with a magnificent past is undergoing another transformation.
- by Tim Barlass
Homelessness advocates want the trillions of dollars tucked away in superannuation funds to be invested in affordable housing in Australia.
- by Katie Burgess
While energy-efficiency ratings are mandatory for property sales, more than half of all Canberra rentals aren't disclosed.
- by Andrew Brown
Much more than a mere roof over one’s head, a home provides a sense of security, a place to which you belong, and from where you can build a life. But they are becoming harder and harder to secure.
- by Bernie Fehon & Jack de Groot
As house prices fall, banks clamp down on lending and households struggle to grow their incomes, there may be a hangover after years of bingeing on debt.
- by Patrick Commins
The precinct is set to open in February, but just a few months ago the whole site was under water.
- by Sherryn Groch
The increase comes in a budget some have labelled disappointing for a lack of new measures to target Canberra's housing affordability crisis.
- by Daniel Burdon
Two Brisbane friends got together to buy a Red Hill house together, part of a growing co-ownership trend that calls for banks and regulators to catch up.
- by Lucy Stone