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    • These reports will help you in many ways, including:- 1. Identifying suburbs experiencing the fastest rates of median growth. 2. Targeting areas where owning is more affordable than renting. 3. Finding suburbs where you can purchase property for as little as $50,000. 4. Avoiding the suburbs experiencing declining rates of median price growth which could lead to financial disaster. read more

    • There is nothing like holidays or spending time with family and friends to help put things into perspective. And as the New Year is now well and truly under way, it seems that many of us are searching for that ever elusive balance in our life, be it work, family, life or financial balance. read more

    • THERE’S a checklist of essentials the experts say you must pay attention to if you’re going to maximise the return on your property development, here it is. read more

    • We all know that one of the biggest challenges in managing a property portfolio is staying organised and on top of the paperwork – the rental payments, bills, council notices – the list goes on. Fortunately, there is an easy way to stay in control of your property portfolio, no matter how large or small. read more

    • Some people think that building a property portfolio should always start with owning your own home first. Whilst possible, this can actually slow down the growth of your property portfolio. read more

    • If it’s clear that price trends in one city will not be exactly represented by those of another, and that most property price indexes are therefore fairly meaningless, it follows that a long term portfolio should avoid having all its eggs in one basket. When Sydney goes flat, hopefully Perth is booming, when South East Queensland is in the doldrums, maybe it’s because Victorians are not moving interstate because their local market is going off and it’s better to buy in Melbourne. read more

    • A growing number of real estate experts are advising homebuyers to consider flexible floor plans when choosing to buy a house. A flexible floor plan divides part of your home so that it can be used either for rent or for other business purposes. In that way, homebuyers can have options in creating passive income and ease the burden of getting a new mortgage. read more

    • If you could create a spectacular investment, it would be the perfect blend of location, luxury and lifestyle. Enter Newstead Towers. read more

    • Decorating your own home, even if you’re renting, can be a relaxing and inspiring few days. Before you start though, and your credit cards creaks from a sudden although exhausting workout, develop a colour palate to ensure your selections follow a complementary scheme. read more