Cashing in on demand for sites

SYDNEY’S booming market for apartment development sites has delivered big returns to two groups. [Read entire story]

Mariner CEO resigns after deal

MARINER chief executive Darren Olney-Fraser has tendered his immediate resignation after completing a lifesaving deal for the debt-strapped company. [Read entire story]

New urban hubs for Sydney’s rail fringes

Up to 12,000 new homes are planned for Sydney's northwest as areas are built up to complement a mammoth rail project. [Read entire story]

More jobs at Adelaide Airport under plan

Adelaide Airport wants to invest $1 billion over five years to generate another 3500 jobs at the South Australian facility and help it cope with increased passenger numbers. var addthis_config = [Read entire story]

Fairfax buys Allhomes for $50 million

Fairfax Media is expanding its online property business, buying real estate website Allhomes for $50 million. [Read entire story]

Another sale round for tavern

AUSTRALIAN Leisure Group’s Commercial Tavern in Ayr, Queensland is back on the market after failing to sell several years ago. [Read entire story]

Southpoint units snapped up

ANTHONY John Group has sold all 130 units in its first release at the $590 million Southpoint development in Brisbane. [Read entire story]

Dexus in pitch for Woodside Plaza

DEXUS Property Group is expected to begin tapping the market to find new tenants for the Woodside Plaza office building in Perth. [Read entire story]

Scentre in massive Europe bond issue

WESTFIELD’S Australian spin-off Scentre has issued €2 billion ($2.9bn) worth of European bonds. [Read entire story]

China property bubble slowly deflates

HOUSING prices in major Chinese cities have fallen for a second consecutive month in June, providing more evidence of a deflating property bubble. [Read entire story]

Meriton, Woolies join forces

MERITON and Woolworths will join forces at two major residential projects in Sydney and the Gold Coast. [Read entire story]

Sentinel’s Homeworld buy

PROPERTY investment firm Sentinel Property Group has bought the Homeworld Centre in Canberra’s Tuggeranong for $31 million. [Read entire story]

REDMS changes tune on links

A NEW player in the property market at the centre of a dispute with market leader REA Group has backtracked on its previous stance. [Read entire story]

Westfield seen as a takeover target

WESTFIELD could become a takeover target ahead of the mega mall owner’s expected listing in New York. [Read entire story]

Search for tenant displays Google

INTERNET search giant Google is expected to eye the inner-city Australian Technology Park in its search for office space. [Read entire story]

Probe into illegal Sydney rental squalor

A Sydney industrial property owner who charged foreign nationals to live in squalor on his inner city site before it went up in flames could face a penalty of more than $1 million. [Read entire story]

REA slams ‘false’ media reports

REA has hit out at “false” media reports, reassuring agents it is not seeking to grab a percentage of the commission they earn on property transactions. [Read entire story]

Unit development for taxi site

HIGH-PROFILE fashion boss Danny Avidan has won approval for a 55-unit apartment block. [Read entire story]

Goodman buys $33m parcel

THE surge in industrial land sales continues to roll across Sydney with the Goodman Group snapping up a parcel. [Read entire story]

EPA yields $9m profit for Impact

A COMPANY linked to Liberman family heiress Berry Liberman has cashed in on the ongoing strength in Melbourne’s commercial prices. [Read entire story]

Property prices through the roof

HOUSE and unit prices have ended the financial year up more than 10 per cent, new RP Data-Rismark figures show. [Read entire story]

Tycoon trump card in Australand race

THAILAND’S third-richest tycoon, Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, stands to significantly boost his Australian property holdings. [Read entire story]

Sydney leads home price growth

COMBINED capital city dwelling values rose by 10.1 per cent over the year to June 30, as record low interest rates support demand for mortgages. [Read entire story]

Trees down, trampolines up in NSW winds

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NSW govt to build new dam in central west

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