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What can Sydney property investors expect next year? Rate hikes, more prudent lending, and an apartment oversupply, among others.
By choosing a highly experienced real estate agent, you can address all the challenges and pitfalls that come with selling your property this summer
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Property assessment is not a science beyond the realms of the average investor and while valuers make it their business to know the ins and outs of their markets, a few simple principles can help you ensure that you're on your way to paying the right price for the right property - right from the get go.
Eight out of ten prospective property investors are unconcerned or only a little bothered by falling property prices, according to a new survey.
A massive increase in economic and financial information is adding to investor jitters and driving a shift away from long-term investing
It's a buyer's market out there - but how can you secure the diamond in the rough for well under market value?
Prospective home buyers are borrowing more today compared to 12 months ago, according to independent mortgage comparison website yourmortgage.com.au
With housing affordability sinking to new lows, have apartments become the smart investment option for canny investors?
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The RBA has again left the cash rate untouched, and rates may stay on hold longer than previously expected.
Trying to work out which patch of dirt will make you rich? Check out our development site buyer’s guide
ABS figures showing a building shortfall suggest that slowing construction is a trend likely to continue, according to Master Builders Australia.
It’s that time of year again: Eddie Chung reveals the common mistakes investors make when claiming tax deductions on their investment property
Australian capital city home values have falled by 2.7% during the 2011 calendar year, according to the latest research from RP Data.
Keep an eye out for the next issue of Your Investment Property, in stores next Wednesday
The new Victorian stamp duty concession for first homebuyers is producing a surge of interest from first homebuyers already.
Changes to Queensland's stamp duty regime will favour investors over homebuyers, especially when buying new properties
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