Housing values eased their way into Spring, with the RP Data CoreLogic Home Value Index posting a 0.1% capital gain across the combined capital cities over the month of September. Dwelling values across Australia’s capital cities were virtually flat over the month of September according to the RP Data CoreLogic Home Value Index which recorded…
Dr. Simon Ramo, a legendary American engineer wrote a book in 1970 about, of all things, tennis, titled Extraordinary Tennis for the Ordinary Player. The engineer in him noticed that the game of tennis involves two games – one is played at the professional level and the other is played at the weekend warrior level.
In this week’s two minute property investment news video I talk about the new law that will cut the red tape for developers and buyers.
Life’s probably pretty good for you, but PsyBlog shared a list of 10 things scientifically proven to make you happier. Do at least some of these activities today and feel the positive vibrations flow. Keep it going for a week or longer and feel your mood lift. here’s there list:
Here’s a summary of the weekly key real estate market stats from RPData. Some things you should keep an eye out for as a property investor include: Capital city home value changes Capital city auction statistics (preliminary) Capital city properties listed for sale Capital city private treaty median prices Daily change in dwelling values across…
Property investors need to pay more attention to price points rather than generic price growth alone.
It was reported by Cameron Kusher of RP Data on Property Observer here that dwelling values when adjusted for inflation are well below their previous peaks, implying that this housing market cycle may have a way to run yet.
When you start out as an investor, the idea of buying a property as you march towards financial freedom is full of excitement and promise. Yet, the closer you get to making it a reality, the more stressful and confusing it can all become – often because you are trying to make sense of conflicting…
Did you know that 6.4 million people who are living in Australia and were born overseas? In fact, 60% of Australia’s population growth last year was from net overseas migration, with the Australian government granting 4.7 million permanent and temporary visas during 2012-13 alone, an increase of 5.3 percent from the previous year.
A preliminary weighted average clearance rate of 72 per cent was recorded this week across capital cities compared to 70.8 per cent last week and 73.5 per cent this time last year. This is the fifth consecutive week where the national clearance rate has exceeded 70 per cent.