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The week that was in property
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The week that was in property

Earlier this week the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released building approvals data for August 2016. Although the data showed a fall in the number of dwellings approved for construction, on an historic basis they remain at an extremely high level. In fact, the 20,788 dwelling approvals over the month of August was the third…

Landlord Rights and Responsibilities
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Landlord Rights and Responsibilities

Property investment remains one of the best ways to create wealth but success depends on much more than just property selection and location. You see… property investment also involves people – namely landlords (that’s you) and tenants. Throughout the residential tenancy, you as the landlord have various responsibilities which must be upheld.  Across the country, there is state-specific…

More gain than pain in real estate
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More gain than pain in real estate

In his column in Switzer, John McGrath discusses CoreLogic’s Pain and Gain report.  Here’s what he had to say: New research from CoreLogic shows property continues to provide excellent wealth creation for owner-occupiers and investors alike – as long as you make smart decisions both at the time of purchase and also when selling. The Pain…

Slowing credit growth masks inner suburb boom
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Slowing credit growth masks inner suburb boom

Investor credit slows  The latest Financial Aggregates figures from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) for August showed the growth in investor credit slowing to +4.6 per cent, the lowest annual result in the nearly seven years since November 2009. The considerably larger owner-occupier sector has by and large plugged the gap, with credit growth…

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