‘Strong appetite’: buyers of strip shops seem unfazed by Melbourne’s fourth lockdown

Melbourne is currently in the midst of generational change, where people who bought property in the 1950s and 1960s are now estate-planning and selling properties in order to divide the proceeds between children and grandchildren.

Crane numbers reflect changing housing demand

Crane numbers reflect changing housing demand

The number of cranes across Australian city skylines rose to 691 in Rider Levett Bucknall’s latest count, the first increase in two years, as education and infrastructure projects pushed the number of cranes on non-residential work to its highest level since counting began in 2013.