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.


0

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…

18

One of the most notorious land scams ever experienced in Australia took place on Russell Island, which is located in southern Moreton Bay and is just a short trip by ferry from the city centre. Even though it is technically part of Greater Brisbane, the island was largely uninhabited when some enterprising property developers bought…

3

While some bank economists are predicting that house prices will fall this year or in 2023 as interest rates increase, I’d like to explain why property prices will continue to rise. Economists are concerned that the Reserve Bank will soon raise interest rates to slow down inflation because inflation is very hard to reign in…

0

Property investors are always on the lookout for the causes of house price growth. The reason is obvious – if we know what leads to price rises, we can identify potential boom areas before the growth starts and then sell out before it stops. One well-tested way to do this is to find links between…

0

Do headline-grabbing horror stories about murders or riots steer potential property buyers away from some suburbs? Does the “celebrity effect” really does improve buyer demand in others? In late 2005, thousands of angry, alcohol-fuelled rioters engaged in an orgy of assaults and violence now known as the “Cronulla Riots”. It was widely considered that these…

0

The unique feature of Ponzi schemes is that they use money collected from new investors to pay out existing investors. This means that when the number of new investors starts to fall, they can suddenly crash. But be warned – they exist in our housing markets. Property booms often start with a genuine rise in…

0

When it comes to partners, horses, and football teams, past performance is often used as a guide to predict future performance. Many experts assure us that it’s the same with the property market, but this leads to a huge contradiction in exactly how past performance predicts the future. Only buy in areas that have experienced…

0

It’s nearly Melbourne Cup time, but with the property market booming, there’s a race of much greater significance to property investors – it’s this year’s Housing Market Cup. You’ve studied the form, got some tips from mates at work and heard about a lucky few who really cleaned up, but will you be backing the…

Copyright © Michael Yardney’s Property Investment Update Important Information
Content Marketing by GridConcepts