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Articles by Angela Young

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Deputy Editor Angela Young has a long editorial background in print and online journalism, starting out with video game magazines and moving through national daily newspapers to finally land at API. With an investment property in the UK now dispatched Angela is keen to delve into the Australian property market as soon as possible and get her portfolio rolling. Visit www.apimagazine.com.au


Here's How Property Researchers Research
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Here’s How Property Researchers Research

Research analysts – they provide statistics and data that property investors rely on up and down the country, but what exactly goes into their methods? A few years ago API Magazine put research analysts under the microscope.   We all know about the importance of due diligence, and when it comes to that particular aspect of property…

Be off with you, emotions
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Be off with you, emotions

I write it myself several times a week, and I see the words over and over – due diligence and ‘don’t let your heart rule your head’. But my goodness it can be tough… The trouble can arise when you’re looking for a property that you’d like to make your home, not now, but at…

What Does the Australian Population Boom Really Mean?
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What Does the Australian Population Boom Really Mean?

The latest numbers on population in Australia tell some fascinating stories.  Recently Australian Property Investor magazine had a shuffle through the data to see what we could learn.     As of June 30, 2014, Australia estimated residential population was 23.5 million, an increase of 8.3 per cent in the five years since 2009.  That’s…

Crystal Ball Gazing - what's ahead for property?
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Crystal Ball Gazing – what’s ahead for property?

The federal governments Intergenerational Report released earlier this year offered a glimpse of life for Australian property investors in the year 2055. A lot of ground was covered in the 2015 Intergenerational Report (IGR): Australia in 2055 – not surprising, seeing as it was a rather eye-watering 145 pages long. If you don’t fancy sitting down with a…