“Horrendous” Sydney rental market at crisis point according to Real Estate Institute of NSW
5.9% increase in available rental stock over last year has little impact on Adelaide’s vacancy rate
Investors in Queensland will be rewarded for installing water-saving devices and wastewater recycling products in their rental properties
Queensland landlords must ensure they have electrical safety switches installed in their residential rental properties by February next year, under new state regulations.
Residential rental vacancies in Adelaide dipped under the 1% mark in March 2007, according to the Real Estate Institute of South Australia (REISA).
With no sign of a recovery in lending for investment properties on the horizon, Australia's rental crisis is expected to worsen.
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