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Can pets inherit property?

People have enjoyed the companionship of animals for thousands of years, but can we protect their futures by leaving them property in our wills? Around two thirds of Australian homes have a pet of some sort. Not only do dogs and cats protect our homes from unwelcome visitors, they provide fun, friendship and give our…

Avoid the mistake of only investing in your backyard | Common Investor Mistakes [Video]

The more you know about the most common mistakes that investors make, the better your likelihood of building lasting wealth. In this series of short 5 minute videos, I discuss the common mistakes I’ve seen investors make. Today we discuss why it’s not a good idea to only invest in your backyard. It’s important to…

Mistakes property investors make: Negative Gearing

Property investment is all about understanding the best strategies for you to achieve your financial goals and then researching the market for suitable properties to implement your strategy.  But some investors get into trouble because they decide to go against their own due diligence or ignore their budget entirely. While the development of a sound…

This week's CoreLogic Property Market update

Auction activity quieter week-on-week with 2,614 homes taken to auction across the combined capitals. There were 2,614 homes taken to auction over the week, down from the previous week when 2,749 auctions were held, and lower than this week last year when 3,371 auctions were held across the combined capital cities. Preliminary results show a…

With fewer sales, housing turnover trends much lower

Research shows that credit availability has continually tightened over recent years and where transaction volumes in the housing market has fallen and led to a reduction in turnover. Based on the CoreLogic turnover metric, the data shows the percentage of properties that have sold on an annual basis by comparing the annual number of sales…

Will property prices will crash under Labor? How scared should you be?

Will Labor’s policies kill the property market? With a federal election expected to be called within the next 6 months and Labor proposing some controversial reforms to negative gearing and the capital gains tax discount, the jockeying for position in the negative gearing debate has started. Recently Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned Labor’s proposed policy to…

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