Articles by Robert Chandra

Robert Chandra

Robert Chandra is a Property Strategist at Metropole and has an intrinsic understanding of property markets backed by many years of real estate experience. This coupled with several degrees gives him a holistic perspective with which he can diagnose clients’ circumstances and goals and formulate strategies to bridge the gap.


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Sydney real estate agents who deliberately underquote property prices will find themselves under scrutiny as NSW Fair Trading cracks down hard on dishonest real estate agents. Inspectors will attend auctions, open houses, and agencies across the city on the hunt for agents who are deliberately promoting a property for lower than its estimated value. Those…

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As the saying goes, you can’t buy true happiness. But it turns out there is a particular sum of money that would help. Building on research originally conducted by US University Purdue, which found the price tag for happiness in the United States stands at $135,500, a new study by investment education platform Expensivity then…

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The coronavirus pandemic has pushed more Australians to use their phones and smartwatches for purchases. New data from financial broker firm Savvy shows that 46.5% of respondents have a digital wallet, and it’s only a matter of time before the take-up is as ubiquitous as smartphones themselves. The survey polled 1,003 Australians on their daily…

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Despite the global hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world’s ultra-high net worth (UHNW) population increased by 2.4% in 2020, reaching an all-time high of 521,653. In the following chart Visual Capitalist used data from The Wealth Report 2021 by Knight Frank to list the 20 countries with the most UHNW individuals. And as you can…

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Identity theft is costing Australians billions of dollars a year according to a recent analysis by Finder. Finder’s analysis of data released by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) has revealed that the cost of identity crime in Australia reached a staggering $3.1 billion in 2019, a substantial 17% increase from 2016. Approximately one in…

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