The practice allows people to build equity while living where they want instead of living in mortgaged houses in areas they’re not keen on
Adjustments include reducing daily expenses, giving up holidays, and delaying the purchase of a vehicle, according to a survey
Developers have taken notice of Tasmania’s tourism boom, and many are adding ambitious projects to their pipeline
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As the European debt crisis continues to make headlines around the globe, Australian property owners have been warned that the financial woes of our cousins on the other side of the world could sink Australian property values.
With over 200 property investors already registered, there are only a few seats still available for Your Investment Property magazine’s Property Investors Forum 2012 – the property event of the year, which starts this Saturday.
Everyone wants to know where the next big thing in the property investment world will be in terms of capital growth, but how can you go about being a step ahead of the pack and getting into that next hotspot before it becomes common knowledge. Read on for five top hotspotting tips.
Any property investor worth their salt knows that research is the key to selecting a good property investment location. But what does the latest research into the city vs country debate reveal about the prospects of our rural property markets versus their urban counterparts? Read on to find out.
Housing in capital city CBDs may be beyond the reach of many property investors, but new research claims that good deals can still be had close to the city. Read on for eight suburbs within 20km of Australia's eight capital city CBDs that have median prices of $430,000 or less.
Would you like to save thousands of dollars on your mortgage repayments? A new report has highlighted Australia’s best home loans for property investors, refinancers and first homebuyers. Read on to find out more.
Encouraging mortgage approval figures have come to light, suggesting that buying activity in the property market is slowly making its comeback.
Which Australian property market is expected to see an average capital growth rate of 7.39% per annum over the next eight years? And which market is only being tipped to grow by a paltry 0.46% each year? Read on for the results. You may well be surprised.
Are you looking to offload one of your properties this year? Vendors have been warned not to let the cold weather go to their heads and start discounting their asking prices as the mercury drops – and it’s even been suggested that now could be the time to put your property on the market.
If you think you’ve been priced out of the inner city property markets, think again. Your Investment Property is offering a free inner city bargains report exclusively to our newsletter subscribers. The report presents the most affordable city centre suburbs in each of our capitals, where properties are on offer for as little as $138,000. Read on to get your copy.
Are you struggling to keep up with the mortgage repayments on your home, or would like a bit of extra cash to help with day to day expenses? New research suggests that almost one-third of Australian homeowners would take on a flatmate to help pay off their mortgage.
How does annual capital growth of 24% sound? Sadly this phenomenal growth rate hasn’t been recorded in any of Australia’s capital cities, but investors with an eye on overseas property markets may well be surprised to find out which global city has come up trumps over the past year.
There are encouraging signs that the property market is starting to make a slow turn in the favour of sellers, with vendor discounting showing signs of abating in Australia’s capital cities.
Tenants should be allowed to keep cats in strata properties, but snakes should be banned due to their frequent escaping acts, according to one of the suggestions to come out of the ongoing strata law review in NSW. Read on to find out which recommendations could affect you.
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