Daily Blockbrief – September 26

25/09/2012 11:55 pm

BLOCKBRIEF - 26 September, 2012

NSW Developers Give The Thumbs Up To

New Planning System

Today's Top Real Estate Stories

House Prices Set To Jump Next Year!

RBA Must Cut Cash Rate By 100 Basis Points By Next Year

Westfield Leads With Reliance On US Debt Markets

Real Estate MBA Programs Adding Value To Property Pros

US Home Prices Rise For A 6th Straight Month

Mirvac Chairman MacKenzie Tells Doubters: Don't Whinge, See Me

Mirvac Signals Towering Ambitions For A Decade

Goodman In Bid For DEXUS' Portfolio

 

Development

All Change At Chatswood Retail

Melbourne Developer Withdraws Appeal Application With Development Court

 

Planning

Draft Byron LEP 2012 On Public Exhibition

Eastern Creek Business Hub Development On Public Exhibition

 

Real Estate Tech

Despite Flaws, iPhone 5 A Hit With Real Estate Pros

How Aussie Retailers Can Capitalise On The Rise Of Online Shopping: Gerry Harvey Please Read!

Google Opts For Granny Flat Funk

Sandicor Helping Agents Go Paperless

 

Outlets Lead Real Estate Stories

AFR Property - Perth Office Rents Tipped To Rise 50%

Property Observer - St George Bank Cuts 3 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage To 5.49%

SMH Property News (with Domain) - SMH Profiles NIMBYs Once Again

Daily Telegraph Realestate - Banks Put Profit Ahead Of Storm Clients, Court Hears

The Australian - Westfield Launches $US500M 10 Year Bond Issue

WSJ - To Survivors of Housing Bust Go The Spoils

Inman News - US Home Prices Show Continued Strength In July

 

International 

US - Five Questions: Why Home Prices Are Rising

UK Not Gloomy About House Prices, Index Shows

RIBA Launches New Chapter In Hong Kong

High Rise Only Way To Go For Delhi

Dubai Properties Group To Sell Prime Bay Square Development In Business Bay

Chinese Property Tycoons Lose Their Top Billing As Manufacturing Billionaires Dominate Rich List

 

Opinion

Alan Mitchell -RBA To Cut Rates To Ensure Economic Growth As Government Commits To Budget Surplus

Frank Valentic - How To Avoid A 'Lemon' When Buying An Investment Apartment