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How to check for overdevelopment potential
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How to check for overdevelopment potential

While many investors might view further development in an area as a good outcome, leading to improved amenities and facilities and generating higher prices, the reality is that high density unit development or new land or house and land subdivisions can have very different outcomes.  It depends on who these dwellings are marketed to as…

The 5 Ups and Downs of Downsizing
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The 5 Ups and Downs of Downsizing

At some stage in our lives we’ll reach a point when it’s time to consider whether we should downsize to a smaller home.  This important decision point can arise for a number of financial or personal reasons. More often than not, it’s because we’re heading towards retirement or the kids have moved out and the…

The Property Market Has Topped
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The Property Market Has Topped

The property market has topped. Well…that’s what some experts are saying. Initially analysts at investment bank UBS called the top of the housing market a few weeks ago, suggesting both market activity and price growth will now moderate. This week Corelogic’s stats showed their five city aggregate hedonic home value index has virtually held steady over…

Four ways an Australian housing bubble could burst
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Four ways an Australian housing bubble could burst

There’s been quite a bit of speculation over whether Australia has a property market bubble – where house prices are over-inflated compared to a benchmark – and when it might burst – According to housing, writes… Jenni Henderson, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, The Conversation There’s been quite a bit of speculation over whether Australia…

The Future May Not Resemble the Last 6 Months
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The Future May Not Resemble the Last 6 Months

Boom-and-bust cycles are largely a function of our collective expectations. Expectations are very tricky because they are almost always wrong. But our expectations drive our behaviour anyway. Our view of the future is the fundamental basis for how we act today. Since our expectations about the future are regularly based on our recent experience, we…

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