Articles by John Lindeman

John Lindeman has well over a decade of experience researching the nature and dynamics of various types of assets at major data analysts and is a leading property market researcher, author and commentator. For more information visit Lindeman Reports.


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It’s human nature for us to exaggerate when talking up our achievements. We tend to embroider facts about our relationships, families, work and homes, placing them in the best possible light while we push any uncomfortable truths which don’t fit our picture of perfection into the background. Sales people do exactly the same, but we…

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The closing of our national borders to overseas arrivals is impacting population growth in some States and Territories but is also causing cash flow booms for property investors in others.  It’s understandable that much of the focus on international border closures caused by the pandemic has been negative because lower population growth ultimately means less…

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High price growth often motivates investors to buy properties in the expectation that the growth will continue or even escalate, so are investors about to jump on board and turn this boom into a price bubble? Although the number of investors in the property market is growing, the percentage of investors buying property is around…

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We all know that all property booms eventually come to an end, so what will happen to property prices when the current boom is over? Property booms don’t all finish in the same way. Booms, where investors have been heavily involved, can become superheated bubbles, and then they bust, with prices crashing. In fact, as…

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Early last year the banks, economists and other analysts were wringing their hands, predicting economic gloom and claiming that our property markets were about to crash. Analysts and economists often rely on past performance to help them make predictions, so when the pandemic hit our shores, they scoured the history books to check what had…

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Many experts assure you that property investment is a long-term game because prices always rise over time. Future growth builds on past growth, delivering the snowballing result called compounding growth. Because of the power of compounding growth, some strategists even insist that timing the market is futile. By this they don’t mean that its future…

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Warren Buffet has just two rules that investors must follow to ensure success. His first rule is Never lose money and the second is Never forget the first rule. So how can investors use this wisdom to profit in the current market? It would seem that getting into a growth market is the best way to avoid losing…

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