Property Investment Melbourne

Every Australian capital city has its ups and downs when it comes to property investment. But before you launch into investing in Melbourne it’s worth doing your research and seeking expert advice. That’s why we’ve developed these articles, for a more local perspective on what you’ve read about investment so far.

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The richest streets in Melbourne revealed
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There is no shortage of idyllic streets, extravagant properties and exclusive postcodes in Victoria’s capital. Melbourne property prices suffered because of its extended lockdowns, which severely impacted market activity, but Melbourne’s property market has been soaring lately. Although median property prices don’t come close to those over in Sydney’s most elite postcodes, the Melbourne property…

Victoria projected to deliver 8 -12 per cent capital growth in 2021
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The projected end of the COVID-19 pandemic boost sentiment in Victoria that is projected to deliver 8 -12 per cent capital growth in 2021. The most important developments since our August report have been VIC’s outstanding success in almost eliminating COVID-19 and consequently the significant unwinding of restrictions across VIC and the reopening of the…

Why Melbourne’s houses have better long-term prospects than Sydney’s
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The Melbourne property market has suffered more than any other market from Covid -19. Having endured a prolonged lockdown, many are wondering what’s ahead for Melbourne real estate. Well property expert Pete Wargent recently reassured those interested in Melbourne suggesting now is a great time for for prospective homebuyers in Melbourne to prepare to buy….

Despite lockdown Victorian businesses more positive about state’s economy
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Melbourne businesses are twice as optimistic as they were a month ago when it comes to what they think the Victorian and Federal Government economies will look like in 12 months. According to the September Sensis Business Index, 35% of Melbourne businesses believe the Victorian economy will be better in a year compared with 17%…

RBA holds – but more stimulus likely as Victorian lockdown to knock at least $12bn from national GDP
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Victoria’s tightening lockdown could knock at least $12bn off the Victorian and national economy and delay the return to positive Australian GDP growth to the December quarter. The federal budget deficit this year ultimately pushed up to $235bn (from the Government’s recent projection of $184.5bn). This is the topic of a recent Oliver’s Insight where Dr Shane…

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