Property Market Analysis - Investment Strategies

    • Australia’s property markets are shifting and will continue to see changes in the next 12 months. So how do you position yourself to take advantage of these game changers so that you can continue to make big profit? Your Investment Property asked the experts for their insight and their top tips on what strategies to adopt to stay ahead. read more

    • Many investors blindly look at median prices not realising how misleading they can be. I remember getting into trouble with medians when I was a novice investor. I thought I could easily find markets with upwards of 30% capital growth per annum. I even based some short-term financing on this nonsense. read more

    • Don’t freak out about the huge amounts of money many people have been forking out on property in recent times. There are still many affordable suburbs just waiting for investors to snap up a bargain. read more

    • Finding areas set to grow in value has become more challenging since the recent strong growth spurt in many markets. But they do still exist if you know where to look. And if you’re wondering where you could make big, fat profit in the medium to long term, you may want to check out the following suburbs, which are fully vetted and analysed by the experts at OntheHouse.com.au. read more

    • A bit of elbow grease may be required, but it’s definitely still possible to find properties generating positive cash flow. However, this often arduous journey can be made much easier by knowing why to look, how to look and, most importantly, where to look read more

    • Contrary to what much of the recent media coverage might suggest, there are many pockets close to CBDs and the coast that have not yet had their growth spurt. John Hilton looks at how and where to find areas on the verge of taking off read more

    • As the cycle moves on to the next level, so has sentiment, and predictably forecasts of doom and gloom in the market have started to gather pace. So what’s really happening in the property markets and should you be worried? read more

    • The law of supply and demand dictates that price grows in areas where demand outpaces supply. So, how do you find these markets? Mark Coburn explains read more

    • There’s no question about it. Units are the new black. They’re no longer the second-class investments they once were based on how they’ve performed over the recent years. But there’s also still some risks attached. So where should you look if you’re seeking to maximise your profi t and reduce your risks? John Hilton explains read more