July in review: Our top 10 trending articles for this month

Are you keen to keep up to date with the continual changing world of property investment, success, personal finance and wealth creationhouse-computer-searchstrategies?

Well…here’s a list of our 10 most read blogs over the last month, in case you missed them.

Did you know that more than 115,000 people subscribe to our Property Update blog?

Some subscribe to the daily commentary while others get the weekly summary.

And that over the course of the month, we’ve published hundreds of articles, but of course, some are always more popular than others.

So as another month comes to an end, we thought it would be a good idea to share the top 10 blogs our readers enjoyed so you can take another look at the stories that meant the most to our subscribers.

STATE BY STATE PROPERTY MARKET REVIEW : 2017-18 FINANCIAL YEAR

In this Pulse we delve into how national housing markets have performed in terms of value growth in the 2017-18 financial year and how it stacks up against previous years.

The first chart highlights the change in dwelling values nationally across each financial year from 1997-98 t0 2017-18.

In the most recent financial year, dwelling values fell by -0.8% which was the largest fall in values over a financial year since 2011-12 (-3.0%).

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HERE’S WHY THE RBA WON’T RAISE INTEREST RATES UNTIL 2020

It’s nearly two years since the Reserve Bank of Australia last changed interest rates – when it cut rates to a record low of 1.5% in August 2016.

That’s a record period of inaction – or boredom for those who like to see action on rates whether it’s up or down.

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WATCH OUT FOR THESE SIGNS YOU’RE DEALING WITH A PROPERTY SPRUIKER

Who’s offering you advice?

As I see it there are three different groups of people you’re likely to come across when you’re looking for your next property investment…

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11 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR FINANCIAL FITNESS

Today I’d like to offer a list of simple strategies that can help Australians improve their financial fitness.  

If done properly, this includes assessing all aspects of personal finances, including strategies to boost retirement investments, such as including property and super, savings, a review of insurance policies, staying ahead of tax obligations and making an effort to improve financial literacy as more and more Australians take more control of planning their financial future

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Money Power

7 TIPS TO BUILDING WEALTH IN THE CURRENT ECONOMIC CLIMATE

We live in an interesting world don’t we? Particularly if you’re an investor.

Every time most of the world’s economic woes seem to have sorted themselves out and Australia’s property markets seemed to be steaming along nicely, a new set of challenges pop up for us as investors.

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TOP 5 STRUCTURING MISTAKES PROPERTY INVESTORS MAKE [VIDEO]

How important is owning your investments in the correct ownership structure?

It’s vitally important.

So what’s the best ownership structure?

Well…that depends as you’ll find out in this video interview I did with Ken Raiss.

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STATE BY STATE PROPERTY MARKET UPDATE | JULY 2018

The media is having a field day with gloomy house price forecasts, aren’t they?

But what are our property markets really up to?

That’s one of the most common questions I’m asked now a days.

And my answer is: “It depends.”

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THESE ARE THE TOP 100 SUBURBS FOR LONG TERM CAPITAL GROWTH

Want to know which suburbs will exhibit the best capital growth in the future?

You know how they say “the best indicator of future performance is past performance.” 

Now that’s not always correct, but obviously the longer a suburb has outperformed the more likely it will continue to at least perform well and at best remain a star performer.

So let’s look at the top 100 long term hot spots

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THE DEBT BOMB MYTH EXPLODED

The latest housing market scare campaign focuses on questionable analysis of household debt levels.

Sharp declines in mortgage rates since 2011 have predictably activated housing markets with prices rising.

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WHERE WILL HOUSE PRICES BE 25 YEARS FROM NOW?

While most real estate investors worry about the value of their properties today, particularly in light of our flat property markets, in my mind a much better question is “where will property prices be 25 years from now?”

And the good news is that, believe it or not, the median house price in Sydney could be over $6million and the median apartment price in our Harbour City could be close to $3.5 million in 25 years’ time.

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Your Future

 


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