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.

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  • A valuable tip for property investors. You may think that a certain suburb is unattractive, but that’s not relevant. What matters is whether the people who live there think it is. read more

  • People have enjoyed the companionship of animals for thousands of years, but can we protect their futures by leaving them property in our wills? read more

  • As the property price tide in Sydney and Melbourne starts to recede and with no real prospect of imminent growth in most of our other major housing markets, it’s little wonder that the focus of investors will turn to cash flow rather than equity. This will probably lead to a flood of webinars, events, articles and reports promising to reveal areas with the highest rental yields. read more

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  • Summer is a time of year when many of us pack up and go on holidays. We may even fall in love with our holiday location so much that we are tempted to buy a property there. Whether this is a silly choice or a sensible one depends entirely on what our objective is. read more