Property investment buying

Buying a property to rent out is becoming an increasingly popular method of investment in Australia. With the exponential growth of property in the major cities, it seems like a smart way to spend your money. But there are issues you should be aware of. Buying a property will most likely be the biggest purchase you make in your lifetime so it is certainly not one to be taken lightly.

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These are the most affordable suburbs within 10km of each CBD

Australia’s property market has grown at an unprecedented rate over the past 2 years as economic stimulus and low mortgage rates have driven demand for property sky high, pushing property prices out of reach in many suburbs across the country. And as Covid-19 lockdowns continued and the work-from-home trend became more permanent, many people flocked to…

CoreLogic Rental Review January 2022

Capital cities, regional areas, houses, and units all saw an increase in rents last quarter, culminating in the highest calendar year growth rate since 2007. CoreLogic’s quarterly Rental Review shows the national rental index increased 1.9% during the December quarter, a repeat of the figures recorded in the September quarter. Despite quarterly growth rates easing…

2021, a year that defied the property odds

2021 will be remembered as a year when our  property market defied the odds and boomed. Domain’s End of Year Wrap shares an overview of the year and Dr Nicola Powell, Chief of Research & Economics for Domain, defines  2021 as the year we re-imagined our homes. She explains: The challenge of grappling with a…

Home loans down as buyer numbers dwindle

National home lending has continued to fall over October despite the easing of severe lockdown restrictions in Sydney and Melbourne. The outlook for lending activity remains mixed with rising affordability barriers and the satisfaction of pent-up demand acting to reduce home-buying activity. The ABS reports that the value of home loans seasonally adjusted (excluding land…

Busiest auction week across the combined capitals in CoreLogic history

The volume of scheduled auctions is set to reach new highs across Sydney, Canberra, and Adelaide this week, marking the busiest auction week for the combined capitals since CoreLogic records commenced in 2008. After delays from the extended lockdowns in Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra, the spring selling season is going full steam ahead with 4,354…

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