Articles by John Lindeman

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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Many people are becoming increasingly dismayed and disillusioned with the impact that the pandemic is having on their personal, social and financial circumstances. While some are looking for any opportunities that the new normal is presenting, others are taking action – they’re moving. More and more people are making plans to move as soon as…

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In the current air of uncertainty, we know that some localities should be avoided, while most others will still deliver rental income and price growth over time. The best results, however, will only be secured by investors who know which suburbs will deliver the strongest cash flow or highest imminent growth. The issue for investors…

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Which suburbs are at low risk and which areas could even thrive despite the current environment of uncertainty. The property market is unlike other assets such as commodities, bonds or shares, because around sixty per cent of our dwellings are owner occupied. Their owners have no interest in cash flow, leveraging, depreciation, rental yields, capital…

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One of the biggest mistakes that property investors can make is relying on the wrong experts. One expert is urging you to invest in central Queensland, another says buy in Melbourne, still another tells you that Port Hedland is about to boom again, while another urges you that Perth is set to go gang busters…

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As each new set of property data is released, it becomes more obvious that some housing markets will be in for a rough ride. Interestingly, many experts fail to grasp the reasons why property prices rise quickly during booms but slide backwards slowly during downturns. Sales increase quickly when markets are hot, and prices shoot…

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Whenever the unexpected happens, it seems that everyone is keen to predict possible outcomes for our property markets. As we strive to unravel ourselves from the COVID-19 crisis and the uncertainty it has caused, property market predictions keep coming, ranging from dire warnings of imminent collapse to assurances that the next boom is on its…

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In all the current uncertainty, it’s good to know that there are some property market indicators that point the way forward and help us time those critical turning points. To demonstrate how they work, I have used the analogy of a plane flight (remember them?) where the aeroplane is our property market and the passengers…

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In these unprecedented times, if there is one certainty that we can hold on to, it is that growth will return to our property markets. As the restrictions on movement and travel are eased, some areas will experience greater demand for accommodation than others, and they hold the key to finding post COVID boom towns….

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Commentators are referring to the current crisis as a black swan event, which is something that is totally unexpected and has a major impact. Does the property market have its own black swans? As our European forebears ventured out into other continents such as Asia, Africa and then finally the Americas, all the swans they…

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