Brett Warren is a director of Metropole Properties in Brisbane and uses his 12 plus years property investment experience and economics education to advice clients how to build their portfolios.
He is a regular commentator for Michael Yardney's Property Update.
While Australia’s property market started strongly in 2022, despite concerns about a cash rate increase and the continuing Covid-19 Omicron outbreak, it’s clear that price growth has now slowed across the country.
Do you understand the ripple effect and how it relates to property and price growth?
Since the coronavirus pandemic hit our shores, Australia’s property market has grown at an unprecedented rate.
What will flooding mean for the Brisbane property market? Flooding was supposed to be a once in a 100-year event and here we are just a decade out from the last round of floods.
The NSW government plans to encourage people to move away from floodland by offering stamp duty concessions and other subsidies.
A promise of endless cash flow would have to be the most fake headline in property investment advertising.
Demand in Australia's property market is set to outpace supply once again within the next few years as a nationwide property bottleneck looms.
Brisbane’s property market might not match the sky-high prices seen in Sydney and Melbourne, but as owners and investors flock to the sunshine state amid a sea-change shift effect, some of the city’s most affluent streets are being put on the map.
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