Ninety percent of new units in selected larger projects in Fortitude Valley had resold at a loss over the past two years
It would worsen affordability for West Australian home buyers, owners, and investors
Future retirees will be draining their superannuation to meet steeper mortgage and rental expenses, warns an economist
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Australia’s capital cities attracted three times as many new residents as the rest of Australia as at June 2013, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Home building activity is surging ahead in Victoria and Western Australia amid growing population and rising market confidence.
It looks as though the good times are firmly on the wane for Perth’s recently booming property market.
Nearly 40% of all mortgages processed in March were for investors – which proves just how much investors are currently driving the market.
Another quarter, another record-breaking price growth across most capital cities. While this is welcome news to property owners, the unprecedented price growth across the board could trigger a rate hike earlier.
If you’re looking to bag a bargain in the current market, you could be looking for a very long time.
Rapid, near overnight, renovations - as demonstrated on TV programmes like “The Block” – might seem like a sure fire way to generate money from property, in reality creating wealth via property investment requires a long-term commitment and the old buy and hold strategy could be more financially rewarding for investors.
Scaremongering about foreign, particularly Asian, property investors has been rife in recent times – culminating in the announcement of a government inquiry into foreign investment.
Isolating areas where people actually want to live should be a crucial feature of any property investor’s selection criteria.
The buying spree seen in Sydney over the past 12 months may be coming to an end as affordability and falling consumer confidence take their toll. So where to next for investors?
Ever dreamt about purchasing a lavish, designer house in a prestige waterfront suburb? Well, if you are a serious investor, you should stop that particular dream right now.
If you own multiple properties or are looking to transfer a property to a trust , read on as Eddie Chung explains the latest ruling on these issues and how it may affect you
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