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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Investors usually diversify their properties to minimise exposure to risk. But if we know exactly where and what properties to buy in order to secure the most profitable outcomes, we can safely put all our eggs in one basket. Many advisers say that putting all our eggs in one basket is a high risk strategy….

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Predicting the future of housing is a science many experts get wrong, probably because they are looking in the wrong direction.  Virtually all of the most common housing market forecasting methods we use rely on the past to predict the future. These include the property market cycle of endlessly recurring booms and busts, the long…

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Whenever confidence returns to our property markets, the wolves in sheep’s clothing come back as well, ready to trap unsuspecting investors. With many parts of the property market rebounding from their pandemic induced downturns, the wolves have returned, cleverly disguising themselves with incredibly attractive schemes that promise to make you wealthy from property investment. They…

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With so much media attention centred on housing demand and prices, here’s a look at the supply side to see what the post-pandemic market holds for property developers and the supply of property. Developers are often blamed for building unsightly, even unsafe high-density apartments and encouraging speculative investment, yet housing development has been the means…

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It’s Melbourne Cup time, but with the current focus on economic recovery, 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…

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The median sale price is one of the most common methods used by investors to track property values and assess their changes over time. But today I’d like to explain why it can often be a misleading measure.  According to data providers Australian Property Monitors, one of the best performing suburbs in Australia during 2015 was…

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When it comes to the property market, many experts assure us that past performance is the best indicator of future performance. But if we actually look at how they use past performance to make their forecasts, we immediately come across a huge contradiction. Only buy in areas that have stood the test of time One…

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