Articles by Steffi Sendecki

Steffi Sendecki is a Property Strategist at Metropole with a background in Wealth Management assisting high-net-worth individuals and families achieve their financial and lifestyle goals through the provision of strategic investment advice.


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Do you feel wealthy? How much would you need to feel wealthy? According to YouGov research commissioned by crypto wealth platform Dacxi and reported in the Financial Review, the answer depends on who you ask. Source: Australian Financial Review Wealth journalist Lucy Dean reports that 40% of Australians reckon if you’re earning more than $150,000…

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Are you still living at home with mum and dad? Well…according to new research by Finder, young Australians are putting off homeownership in favour of staying at home with their parents. The survey asked Australians how old they were when they reached major life milestones, if at all. The research found a stark housing generational…

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What are your plans for the upcoming Easter holiday? Apparently over four million Australians are planning a trip away this Easter with $7.1 billion to be spent on holidays. While around $1.5 billion will be splurged on food and chocolate, a major boon for tourism operators and retail businesses. Research released by the Australian Retailers…

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Australia has become increasingly well-known for its specialty coffee culture, and nowhere is the love for coffee stronger than in Melbourne. Our southern city has become home to some of the best-tasting brews, creating a coffee culture both serious and unique, and home to some of the country’s most accomplished roasters and baristas. So whether you are…

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Soaring property prices, low supply, and high demand might be good news for prospective sellers and investors, but it’s making housing affordability further out of reach for first home buyers. Last year first home buyers benefited from a combination of historically low interest rates which boosted their borrowing power; a pause in investor competition for…

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The average Aussie says they would need to earn a far higher salary than the average wage to feel rich, according to research from Finder. Their survey found Australians wouldn’t consider themselves affluent until they were earning at least $500,000. The average Australian said they would need to earn a salary of $326,900 per annum…

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