A key factor in the growing popularity of these two locations is their relative affordability
With competition for good local stock heating up, Aussie investors may soon have to seek greener pastures abroad
Fear of being evicted without grounds keeps many tenants from addressing various abuses
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RBA governor Glenn Stevens has issued a warning to property investors not to get carried away in growing housing markets
Identifying an outstanding investment opportunity is just the first step. Here are two costly mistakes that investors can make.
Are you feeling wary about the hype surrounding high performing markets in New South Wales and Victoria? Well, now there's a new player in the game.
How do you cope when your investment property goes pear-shaped? There’s always a solution, here are three.
Growth is good, but rapidly accelerating property prices can also hinder investor portfolio expansion. These are a few theories regarding the cause.
Demand may be set to decline, both from a sales and rental perspective, due to what’s revealed in these figures by the ABS.
Investors looking for potential hotspots could do well to follow the tracks of recently developed urban transport infrastructure in this capital city.
Debt. It's that pesky four letter word that can get in the way of you buying a good investment property. Here’s how to get rid of it once and for all.
Australia’s next big hotspot is most likely not in your local area. Here are six successful strategies for you to buy anywhere in the country.
There are many hidden costs investors often underestimate. Are you taking into account all 10 of these?
Gen Y has come up with a practical solution to afford investment property. Here’s what it is.
If you are poised to invest over the next few years, this city could be your best bet.
Residential capital growth rates for May were lower than expected, with numbers dropping in many capital cities, according to the latest research by Onthehouse.com.au.
News of prime minister Tony Abbott’s daughter’s tenancy battle has inflamed social media this week, with people choosing sides between the landlord and the tenant (Frances Abbott).
At first glance things look rosy for first home buyers under the New South Wales state budget – but one group says the changes are only a “half way” concession.
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