Compared to other forms of investment, the Aussie property market is considered safer and less risky. However, there are still risks, and you should consider some of the key pros and cons in this article.
Statistics can be interpreted in a number of ways, and all too often misinterpreted or even wilfully twisted and misrepresented. It is now easier than ever to access a bombardment of information about capital growth within states and across suburbs, but this increased availability and speed of data also brings with it new challenges – not least in terms of how to make sense of this tidal wave of information.
If you are searching to acquire a new real estate to live in, it is a good idea to consider using your first home as an investment property. Although some people first purchase a home to live in and later on consider property investing, you can start sooner and reap the benefits of your investment. All you need is a buyers agent or a mortgage broker to guide you in the right direction.
New data this week from CoreLogic points to the end of the housing downturn, with 5 out of 8 cities posting improved results on last month’s report. But can we expect this trend to hold up, and where should we be looking to capitalise on any opportunity?
If you are actually serious about investing in property, then take these three common mistakes to heart.
Another day, another dollar as they say. But do you really want to trade time for money? Tomorrow’s future is created by today’s decisions.
The election is finally over and what a relief. Australia has made its decision! Liberals are here to stay, as is negative gearing! For the past few months, the atmosphere surrounding the property market has been dismal, uncertain and unenthusiastic. Though we have stated since the drop that it is a buyer’s market and the perfect time to invest, Saturday’s election results give us further confidence.
Australians have already spent close to $15 billion on renovating and building residential homes since the beginning of 2016. One of the key reasons people choose to renovate is to ‘increase property value’. However, the
The expression location, location, location may sound like a catchy buzz phrase to many people, but
to real estate agents, brokers and developers it’s a mantra they repeat every day. Location is one of the most important factors that influences a property’s value.
Sure, other criteria such as price, land to asset ratio, the property’s age, layout and upgrade costs are extremely important. But the lot’s location is the only factor that cannot be changed or altered, so you better make sure you’re buying in the right spot!