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The week that as in property
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The week that as in property

The Reserve Bank (RBA) held their April 2017 monetary policy meeting earlier this week and at the meeting the board decided to keep official interest rates on hold at 1.5%. In the statement accompanying the announcement of their decision the commentary around the housing market was much more pointed than it has been in the…

A history of global living conditions in 5 charts
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A history of global living conditions in 5 charts

All things considered, do you think the world is getting better or worse? A recent survey showed that very few people think that the world is getting better. But in the following 5 charts Max Roser showed that, if you take a look back at history, how global living conditions have improved 1. Poverty To see…

Walk Score
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Walk Score

Walk Score measures the number of typical consumer destinations within walking distance of a dwelling, with scores ranging from 0 (car dependant) to 100 (most walkable).   Recent overseas studies indicate that properties with above-average levels of walkability command a sale price, and weekly rent, over homes with average levels of walkability. Our study of…

What is it costing you to sit on the sidelines?
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What is it costing you to sit on the sidelines?

I’m going to share with you a little story that demonstrates the power of compounding, and the impact it could be having on you right now.  Stay with me – you’ll soon see why this is important. A boy was once approached by a lazy man, who said he would pay the boy to sweep…

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