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The Sydney electorates facing the biggest fall in house prices

The Sydney electorates facing the biggest fall in house prices

Sydney's marginal seats are facing house price falls of almost 15 per cent, turning the housing market into a major election issue.

  • by Shane Wright and Eryk Bagshaw

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Watsons Bay property owner selling up after nearly 16 years behind Doyles on the Beach
Commercial real estate

Watsons Bay property owner selling up after nearly 16 years behind Doyles on the Beach

When Alex Mestanov came to Australia in 1980, he ordered fish and chips at Doyles in Watsons Bay and told his wife he wanted to buy a property there one day.

  • by Tawar Razaghi
'A massive handball': Brokers fear Hayne changes will hurt consumers
NSW residential property

'A massive handball': Brokers fear Hayne changes will hurt consumers

The royal commission recommended scrapping commissions from lenders to mortgage brokers to ensure they act in customers' best interests.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Nine's former home of TV gets final nod for $400m redevelopment
NSW residential property

Nine's former home of TV gets final nod for $400m redevelopment

The last planning hurdle for the $400 million redevelopment of the former home of Nine Entertainment at Willoughby, in Sydney's north, has been cleared

  • by Carolyn Cummins
'The longer I hold, the more I lose': FONGO takes hold of home sellers
NSW residential property

'The longer I hold, the more I lose': FONGO takes hold of home sellers

Property vendors are looking to sell in a sliding environment.

  • by Nick Bonyhady & Sumeyya Ilanbey
Weakest property market since 2008: Sydney, Melbourne house prices tumble
NSW residential property

Weakest property market since 2008: Sydney, Melbourne house prices tumble

Australian house prices have recorded their largest drop since the height of the GFC, with Sydney and Melbourne leading the way down.

  • by Jennifer Duke
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News Corp quietly unveils 'Netflix of Sport' as Foxtel struggles
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News Corp quietly unveils 'Netflix of Sport' as Foxtel struggles

News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson is throwing his support behind digital news subscriptions, after posting a 23 per cent increase in revenue to $2.52 billion for the first quarter of fiscal 2019.

  • by Jennifer Duke
With 121 cranes, one region emerges as Sydney's construction hotspot
Development

With 121 cranes, one region emerges as Sydney's construction hotspot

Sydney’s northern suburbs are emerging as the city's residential construction hotspot, even as the state government attempts to distance itself from concerns about development. 

  • by Jacob Saulwick
Thirty-five years on, this is what life is like on Sydney's top street

Thirty-five years on, this is what life is like on Sydney's top street

It was number one in 1985 and despite the prestige of Point Piper, Wentworth Road in Vaucluse is still right up there.

  • by Garry Maddox
Let's embrace high-rise living for families, not be fearful
Opinion
Opinion

Let's embrace high-rise living for families, not be fearful

Children grow up in apartments in all parts of the world, all the time and turn out just fine. The key is to encourage proper planning incentives.

  • by Chris Johnson
High rise parenting puts kids at risk
Analysis
Analysis

High rise parenting puts kids at risk

The number of families living in high-rises has more than doubled in the past decade but apartments are not designed with families in mind.

  • by Nigel Gladstone