John Lindeman

John Lindeman

John Lindeman is widely respected as one of Australia's leading property market analysts, authors and commentators.
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He has well over fifteen years’ experience researching the nature and dynamics of the housing market at major data analysts.
John’s monthly column on housing market research featured in Australian Property Investor Magazine for over five years. He is a regular contributor to Your Investment Property Magazine and other property investment publications and e-newsletters such as Kevin Turners Real Estate Talk, Michael Yardney’s Property Update and Alan Kohler’s Eureka Report.
John also authored the landmark books for property investors, Mastering the Australian Housing Market, and Unlocking the Property Market, both published by Wileys.

  • Many forecasters lump all types of properties and all areas and localities together as if they always perform the same, but just as one suburb can perform differently from another, the performance of houses and units can vary significantly, even in the same locality. read more

  • Some bank economists are predicting that house prices will fall this year or in 2023 as interest rates increase, but property market analyst John Lindeman explains why property prices will continue to rise. read more

  • Virtually all of our major property markets experienced dramatic price rises during 2021, but the rate of growth is now starting to vary across our capital cities. Some housing markets are going into decline, while the rate of growth in others is accelerating. John Lindeman explains why this happens. read more

  • The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), has made a simple, but significant change to the lending rules for banks and other authorised lenders. This could well lead to some unintended consequences. read more

  • John Lindeman reveals whether headline grabbing horror stories about murders or riots steer potential property buyers away from some suburbs, and if the “celebrity effect” really does improve buyer demand in others. read more

  • The unique feature of Ponzi schemes is that they use money collected from new investors to pay out existing investors. This means that when the number of new investors starts to fall, they can suddenly crash. read more

  • Many believed that recurring lockdowns and working from home restrictions would lead to a baby boom, but it’s not in sight – yet. John Lindeman explains why, and what’s around the corner. read more