The lawsuit claimed the unit had been "defective and leaking" from the moment the owner first moved in.
- by Elliot Williams
Of the three former public housing sites going under the hammer in March, only one will require its developer to ensure some affordable housing remains.
- by Cassandra Morgan
Successive governments have loosened every bolt in a system that ensured skyscrapers were safe.
- by Elizabeth Farrelly
Buyer defaults, falling housing starts and sliding prices are just some of the signs of weakness in the nation’s property market that may prompt the Reserve Bank of Australia to lower interest rates.
- by Simon Johanson and Sumeyya Ilanbey
Ms Camilleri said all the drawings, permits and approvals had been done and work was well under way when it came time for her “milestone moment” of laying the foundation slab at the site.
- by Hannah Barry
There are signs the house price slump is spilling over into the broader economy after a sharp fall in council approvals to build new apartments and houses.
- by Matt Wade
The site of the Mantra MacArthur Hotel is set to be rezoned to allow buildings up to almost 50 metres in height.
- by Dan Jervis-Bardy
The thought of being left with even less money is motivating sellers in a falling market.
- by Sumeyya Ilanbey & Nick Bonyhady
Scores of apartments in a multi-million dollar Sydney development will be sold in one line by receivers.
- by Simon Johanson & Carolyn Cummins