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.

  • After all the recent uncertainty, it seems that everyone is keen to predict possible outcomes for our property markets. John Lindeman reveals which forecasts are useful and which to ignore read more

  • Which city is about to boom? According to property market expert, John Lindeman the answer is Canberra, where massive economic incentive and business recovery programs will be administered as the government works to rebuild our economy read more

  • The coronavirus outbreak is creating panic. But how will it impact our property markets? read more

  • Some experts are forecasting doom and gloom for our property markets in 2020, while others expect moderate growth, and a few are even predicting booms. Here is my take on what lies ahead for our housing markets. read more

  • Around 10,000 millionaire migrants are lured to Australia each year, and the trickle-down demand effect will benefit many current property owners. read more

  • Some pundits are claiming that our current historically low interest rates are good for the housing market, but John Lindeman argues that this could be far from the truth read more

  • Whether they’re called property theorists, strategists, advocates, agents, advisors, educators or mentors these days, most of them will still only reveal the future if you pay them, just like the shamans of old. read more