News.com.au - Finance Can a trophy home be bright and playful? 2017-05-27T03:25:13.013000000+00:00 THIS absolute waterfront house in Birchgrove is an eclectic blend of modern luxury and playful quirkiness — what Sydney’s inner west is becoming known for. Bauhaus-style home up for grabs 2017-05-27T03:25:13.011000000+00:00 A WAHROONGA house with a famous neighbour is on the market for $2.8 million. Eastern states home buyers eye off Adelaide Investors see city as home, sweet home 2017-05-27T03:25:13.009000000+00:00 WITH the property boom peaking at record levels in Sydney and Melbourne, interstate bargain buyers are now snapping up bricks and mortar in the Adelaide market. Time to downsize for charity exec 2017-05-27T00:24:13.614000000+00:00 ALANNAH & Madeline Foundation chief executive Lesley Podesta is selling her striking Brunswick family home. Growth knows no bounds 2017-05-26T21:23:13.043000000+00:00 TRENDY St Kilda, middle-class Ardeer and burgeoning Manor Lakes are Melbourne’s star performers for capital growth, new figures show. 100 affordable homes by Christmas 2017-05-26T21:23:13.040000000+00:00 SHARED equity home ownership initiative BuyAssist wants to get 100 Victorian families into new homes by Christmas. Not just a house, a lifestyle 2017-05-26T21:23:13.037000000+00:00 WHEN Stephen Hunt bought a Hyde Park property five years ago he was looking for a large property with room for his three teenage daughters to move and entertain their friends. Stylish home with space 2017-05-26T21:23:13.033000000+00:00 A NOARLUNGA DOWNS home offers stylish living and could be ideal for investors or those looking to downsize. Why you shouldn’t die in Perth 2017-05-26T21:23:13.030000000+00:00 PERTH was last year named the world’s seventh most liveable city in an index by the Economist Intelligence Unit, but new research suggests that while it may be a great place to live, it is Australia’s most expensive city to die. Hillary Clinton rips into Trump 2017-05-26T18:22:44.794000000+00:00 FAILED presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has launched an aggressive attack on Donald Trump in a fiery speech at her former university.