If purchasers wish to avoid having to pay lenders mortgage insurance, they would have to use more of their cash or equity
You have the right to ask the selling agent or developer as many questions as needed in order to make an informed decision
Properties making the most money for their owners appear to be fairly humble dwellings
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Want to know some of the secrets that buyer’s agents use to negotiate thousands from vendors’ asking prices? Your Investment Property speaks to a couple of pros to find out the tricks of the trade.
Property investors who were hoping for this week’s federal budget to provide a boost to Australia’s slow moving property market will be left disappointed, but it’s not all bad news…
The RBA may have given the property market a welcome boost in issuing a 0.5% cut in the official cash interest rate this month, but news from the country’s top moneymen suggests that they don’t expect a significant house price recovery anytime soon.
One property expert believes that house prices are still falling, and that we’re unlikely to see a real bottom in prices for the time being. Read on to discover why.
Home building has picked up, and May's rate cut could see even more confidence injected in the sector.
Time is running out to register for the Property Investors Forum 2012. Whether you are a first-time investor or already hold an extensive portfolio, don’t miss out on the property event of the year.
As vacancy rates tighten in many of Queensland's key property markets, tenants are becoming increasingly desperate to secure a rental property. Read on to discover which Queensland markets are playing into the hands of landlords.
Rents for one and two-bedroom units in certain Sydney LGAs are increasing by as much as 11.8%, according to newly released research. Read on to discover the areas where rents are going through the roof.
Property investors have been warned that Melbourne is likely to be Australia’s worst performing capital city for capital growth over the next few years.
Picture the scene: you’ve sourced an upmarket investment unit in a major capital city, found your tenants and all’s going well… until the government decides to install anti-aircraft missiles on the roof. This is exactly what’s happened to landlords in a London apartment block.
The RBA has announced a shock 0.5% cut in the official cash interest rate, but the banks have so far failed to pass on the rate cut in full to borrowers.
Are you unhappy with the rental yield that your investment property is bringing in? Spare a thought for landlords in these suburbs, where average gross rental yields are as low as 1.5%.
Where should investors put their money next? It’s a multi-million dollar question and one that will be answered at the upcoming Property Investors Forum, where leading property experts will share exclusive insights about where the Australian property market is going.
New data suggests that property markets are about to turn in some parts of the country. Read on to find out which regions are ahead of the pack.
The latest vacancy rate figures suggest that some of our cities are facing extreme shortages of rental properties. In other cities, however, it looks as if renters may be starting to get an upper hand.
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