Property investment USA

When it comes to investing your money in property, it’s wise to diversify your portfolio.
This can mean venturing outside of your comfort zone and considering investment opportunities interstate and even overseas.
The USA has become increasingly appealing to Australian investors with prices generally lower than Australian property and the promise of growth.
But you have to know the ins and outs of the US property market or else it could be money down the drain.

2016 is going to be a boom year
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2016 is going to be a boom year

I predict that 2016 is going to be a boom year!  But before you start wondering what Michael’s “on” to make a comment like that, let me explain… I believe this is going to be a boom year for fright! The media is at it again and there is no shortage of scary stuff in…

Is the USA property market finally on the move?
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Is the USA property market finally on the move?

CoreLogic (RP Data’s parent company) released their November House Price Index (HPI) this week, providing an up-to-date assessment of housing market conditions in the United States. The CoreLogic HPI provides the most authoritative assessment of how house prices are changing across the United States. The November results provide a further positive indicator that the US…

What's happening to the world global debt?
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What’s happening to the world global debt?

Kyle Bass, a hedge fund manager who made a fortune betting against the housing market in the USA, discusses the huge level of global debt and its impact on the global economy. He also discusses what’s really going on in the USA property market This video is a little heavy going but really good, important…

The four major risks to the global economy
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The four major risks to the global economy

There seems to be a continuing conveyor belt of economic concerns confronting us in the media. Yet despite all the overseas problems, Australia’s economy is performing well and is the envy of most other developed nations. However there is no doubt that our economic future is linked to what’s happening overseas, so it was interesting…

Is the USA housing market finally ready to recover?
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Is the USA housing market finally ready to recover?

We’ve heard it before – the US property market is about to turn around. Maybe it is and maybe it isn’t but Warren Buffett believes it’s about to turn. What does Buffett see that no one else does? This video from the Wall Street Journal gives you some insights.

Look what’s happening to America’s middle class
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Look what’s happening to America’s middle class

I know investing in USA property has been popular recently. Of course just because some people think it’s a good idea doesn’t mean it is – does it? If you’ve been following my blogs about investing in the USA you’ll know I think it’s a bad idea – pure speculation. Anyway…I found this great blog by Morgan…

New oil technology helps U.S.A wean itself from the Middle East
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New oil technology helps U.S.A wean itself from the Middle East

For decades the USA has been a powerhouse economy and what happens over there affects the world’s economy and in turn ours back here in Australia. So I read with interest that by the end of this decade America will halve its reliance on Middle East oil and could end it completely by 2035.

11 ugly facts about the U.S. economy
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11 ugly facts about the U.S. economy

It surprises me that some people are still suggesting Australians should invest in US real estate. The US economy is still grim as outlined in the Financial Post by Gluskin-Sheff chief economist David Rosenberg.

American land lures Aussie investors. But is it a safe bet?
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American land lures Aussie investors. But is it a safe bet?

Since Australian housing started on its natural downward trajectory, as occurs when we enter the slower phase of the property cycle, industry spruikers have come out of the woodwork in their droves to pray on the fears of novice investors. There have been countless schemes and strategies bandied about as the next big thing, but…

US housing is yet to hit bottom
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US housing is yet to hit bottom

With whispers of a US economic recovery being carried on the global economic winds, the one sector that is still holding this world superpower back is its real estate market. In stark contrast to Australia, American housing is being cited as the main reason for the US taking so long to get back on its…

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