Here it is, an embarrassing confession from a long-time advocate of renting: I want to own a home.
Scott Phillips They told us, but we didn't listen. And now, the crash is coming. Or not.
Carolyn Cummins The hotly-contested pub market has a new sale on the go with price expectations of more than $40 million.
Elizabeth Knight Fairfax is set to give birth to a digital property group, Domain, weighing in with net equity of $1.7 billion and an enterprise value of $1.85 billion.
Patrick Hatch The promise of a free lunch can be mightily alluring.
Ross Gittins The soaring price of electricity is testament to the disastrous failure of a major item on the 1990s agenda of micro-economic reform, establishing a national electricity market.
Adele Ferguson A day after Commonwealth Bank announced the sale of its life insurance arm and flagged the potential spinoff its global asset management business, speculation is rife that it will put up the flag on its financial planning businesses Count Financial and Financial Wisdom.
Fran Cusworth We would be paying to stay in other people's homes in Paris and Rome - why not see if other people would pay to stay in ours in Melbourne?
Marcus Padley Two more time-wasters for investors: watching Powerpoint presentations and listening too closely to the economists at big institutions.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinon Financial expert Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon says becoming a rate tart is the only way to get decent interest on savings accounts, without meeting onerous conditions.