November In Review: Our top 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 creation strategies?

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

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.

Latest property price forecasts revealed. What’s ahead in the next year or two?

What’s the outlook for the Australian property markets for the rest of 2020 and into 2021?

This is a common question people are asking now that our real estate markets are working their way out of the effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic and out of Australia’s first recession in 30 years.

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Your Future

Plan to abolish NSW stamp duty could create more problems than it solves

All property purchasers in NSW could soon be exempt from paying stamp duty on new property purchases under a new government proposal.

While the plan may seem like a good idea to some, I’m not really convinced it will be as widely beneficial as many people think.

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Brisbane’s property market forecast for strong growth in 2021

Brisbane’s property values remained resilient over the year, especially given the economic impact of COVID-19, but it is now forecast to perform strongly in 2021.

The Sunshine State is shining and strong demand for detached houses and outstanding demand for lifestyle areas are projected to deliver 6–10% capital growth in 2021 for the south-east Queensland property market according to Doron Peleg of RiskWise.

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Brisbane Suburb

The latest labour data unpacked + What’s really behind rising house prices? | Property Insiders [VIDEO]

Why are house prices rising at a time when unemployment is still high and wages are not growing?

Just to make things clear…

This is not the same question as: “Why have house prices been so resilient during the coronavirus induced recession?”

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Melbourne property market forecast to grow strongly in 2021

The Melbourne property market has been one of the strongest and most consistent performers over the last four decades and despite having a lull in the last year, thanks to Covid19, it is now forecast to perform strongly in 2021.

Over the last 40 years:

  • The median house price in Melbourne has increased by 7.9% per annum
  • The median unit/apartment price in Melbourne has increased by 7.73%per annum

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Sydney property market forecast to grow strongly in 2021 -2022

The Sydney property market has been one of the strongest and most consistent performers over the last four decades.

And this year the Sydney real estate market has continued to defy the worst forecasts of a COVID-19 related property crash as it initially remained remarkably resilient resilient and is now moving ahead strongly from a Buyer’s Market to a Seller’s one.

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8 Essential Books You Should Have in Your Library

We are coming up for the holiday season and it’s a time when people reflect on the year gone by and how they can make next year the best year of their lives.

If you want to make the coming year the best year of your life, I believe you need to build the foundations of success by honing three sets of fundamental skills.

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Against The Stream Opposite Concept Leader Goldfish

The 15 Best Suburbs to Invest in Sydney in 2020

This Blog is going to be a little different from my other blogs.

Purely because I write this blog with a level of hesitation.

And the reason I have a level of hesitation is that whenever I see a blog written with the title “Top Hotspots for 2020” or “Property Investment Hotspots” it usually makes me cringe.

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7 Lessons I Wish I’d Known When I Started Investing in Real Estate

They say hindsight is 20:20 – and that is certainly true when it comes to property investing.

Most of us start out without much knowledge behind us, and only realise we are making mistakes when it’s too late to do much about them.

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House Model On Top Of Stack Of Money As Growth Of Mortgage Credit, Concept Of Property Management. Invesment And Risk Management.

A perfect storm is brewing for property

What’s ahead for our property markets?

Well, it’s hard to make predictions, especially about the future.

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