Articles by Brett Warren

Brett Warren is Director of Metropole Properties Brisbane and uses his two decades of property investment experience to advise clients how to grow, protect and pass on their build their wealth through property. Visit: Metropole Brisbane


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Brisbane’s property market had a bumper start to 2022, even while markets in Sydney and Melbourne were beginning to cool – and only now has price growth shown signs of slowing. Thanks to historically low-interest rates, government incentives, pandemic-induced interstate migration, and historic levels of demand from buyers over the past two years, prices have…

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Australia enjoyed a “once in a generation” property boom over the last couple of years where the value of most properties increased by 20% in many cases up to 30%. However recent Proptrack data revealed that the median house prices increased by 100% or more in 96 Aussie suburbs. Sunshine Beach in Queensland ranked as…

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Would you like to take a peek behind the curtains to understand what goes on at our Wealth Retreat each year? This year’s Wealth Retreat on the Gold Coast has now been and gone, but the lessons remain. It is not only what we learned from the world-class presenters up on stage, but also what…

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There are a lot of property investment books out there full of advice. It can be tough cutting through the clutter to find the property investment strategies and tips that are truly worthwhile – and will help you build financial freedom through real estate. The problem is some books on property investment are good, some…

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Australia’s property market has grown at an unprecedented rate over the past 2 years as economic stimulus and low mortgage rates have driven demand for property sky high, pushing property prices out of reach in many suburbs across the country. And as Covid-19 lockdowns continued and the work-from-home trend became more permanent, many people flocked to…

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