September 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 Updateblog? 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.

How to get started in property development

Have you ever wondered how you get started in property development?

I’ve recently noticed a trend in budding developers – they are looking for an overview of the property development process and they want it in a simple and accessible way.

It’s probably in part because many of the property markets around Australia are flat or falling and these real estate investors are looking for ways to manufacture capital growth at a time when general growth is slower or non-existent.

That’s why I’ve created this comprehensive guide covering the basics of property development.

Click here to read more

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Will we have a housing boom this Spring? | Property Insiders VIDEO

Well it’s Spring– traditionally a time when there are more home buyers and sellers in the market

But what’s going to happen to our property markets this year?

Are we going to get double digit growth next year like some commentators are suggesting?

Click here to read more

Houses In The Clear Sky

Nine reasons why recession remains unlikely in Australia

Are we in for a recession?

More people seem to be worried about this but in a recent Oliver’s Insight, Shane Oliver — Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist at AMP Capital — explains why Australian growth is likely to remain weak over the next year, however, while the risks have gone up recession remains unlikely.

Click here to read more

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State by State Update on the Australian Property Markets | September 2019 Chart Pack

There is no doubt it! The Australian housing markets have turned the corner.

Two interest rate cuts, tax cuts, reduced uncertainty around housing, more positive media and easing in the overly tight lending guidelines have combined to generate a significant improvement.

Buyers are back borrowing money and looking for a new home or investment and sellers are tentatively returning to the market.

Click here to read more


A Cheat Sheet for those investors interested in getting involved in property development

Are you interested in getting involved in property development?

Maybe now or maybe in the future?

As our property markets slow down, more investors are interested in becoming involved in property development as a way of “manufacturing” capital growth.

Click here to read more


Would the feared recession crash the Australian Property Market? | Property Insiders Video

Depending on which news bulletin you’re reading or which economist is giving their forecasts, the United States – and possibly the rest of the world including Australia – is on the brink of recession.

Given the ongoing US-China trade war this is a risk more serious recently and could have economic ramifications in many parts of the world.

Click here to read more


Will Your Child be Rich or Poor? 14 Poverty Habits Parents Must Ban At Home

When I travel the country speaking to high school and college students about exactly what they need to do to become financially successful in life, I like to begin my presentation by asking the same three questions:

“How many want to be financially successful in life?”

“How many think they will be financially successful in life?

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Finding a property with development potential

Are you interested in property development?

While many properties make good homes, fewer are “investment grade” properties and even fewer are potentially profitable development sites.

Click here to read more


Here’s what property investors need to know about Land Tax | Ask The Tax Expert – Ken Raiss

What is land tax?

Who should pay it?

Does it apply to my home?

And can I reduce this major property cost which seems to eat into my rental income disproportionally?

These questions are often asked by serious property investors who already have or are in the process of building a significant property portfolio.

Click here to read more


Is it time to sell or buy with the property market turning around?

The property market has been turning around as of the second half of the year.

Overall dwelling values in Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart have all had increases for three successive months in a row, whereas Brisbane has had increases for two successive months in a row.

You might be wondering whether it’s a good time to sell your Hobart property or to buy a Sydney home.

Click here to read more

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Liz Rudenko


Liz is the Social Media Manager for Metropole and has a background in publishing, marketing and communications. Liz works predominately on the upkeep of as well as managing the companies’ social media presence.

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