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How will APRA's sledgehammer impact our housing markets?  | Property Insiders [Video]
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There’s now a light at the end of the tunnel and that’s great for our wellbeing, our lives, and our property markets. With Covid related restrictions slowly being lifted in Sydney and Melbourne, life is getting back to a more Covid normal, and the pent-up demand from the last couple of months should ensure our…

What to look for when buying an established apartment
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Do apartments still make good investments? During the last property cycle new and off the plan apartments were popular with many investors. However, I’ve always maintained that most new and virtually all off-the-plan units are not “investment grade” properties. That’s because of their cookie-cutter designs, lack of scarcity, poor owner-occupier appeal, and propensity to create…

Five tips to make you a better negotiator
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One of the skills of being a good negotiator is knowing when not to talk but to listen. I have found that many inexperienced negotiators are too eager to show off just what they know. This can work against them as they often reveal too much too soon, in particular about what they are willing…

When will we reach peak humanity?
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When will we reach peak humanity? When will the largest number of people ever walk on planet Earth. And what does it actually mean for Australia? Firstly, the simple question is where do we get that population projection from? The most famous big picture global population projection figures come from the United Nations population division….

Even before property prices started skyrocketing in the past year, buying a new home was unaffordable for many young Australians. And today, with the huge surge in prices we’ve experienced, the dream of homeownership feels like it’s moving completely out of reach of many young families. So, are we moving into a society of property…

This week’s Australian Property Market Update – Latest Data, State by State October 18th
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There’s now a light at the end of the tunnel and that’s great for our wellbeing, our families, and our property markets. With Covid related restrictions slowly being lifted in Sydney and Melbourne, life is getting back to a more Covid normal, and the pent-up demand from the last couple of months should ensure our…

Q+A regarding APRA's interference
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When thinking about a missive I often ask quiz myself about the topic. ‘Questions to myself’ so to speak. I also think that Q+A webinars and presentations work much better than the typical ‘I deliver, you listen’ approach. Anyhow, here are five questions and my answers to the current

Opening the international borders next month will boost our property markets
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Migration could resume more quickly than expected with borders starting to be eased from November 1. NSW has indicated it will scrap quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travelers and lift incoming traveler caps from November 1. The measure comes as NSW looks set to achieve 90% plus adult vaccination rates (78.8% of NSW adults (16+)…

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