Each Saturday morning I like to share with you some of the interesting articles I’ve read during the week.
I’ll put them all here in the one place for your easy weekend reading and to make it easier for you to improve your property investment knowledge.
All smart property investors have a strategy the stick to. But which is best. In this second part of the 2 part series on Property Uncut Internet radio show, Kevin Turner interviews a group of experts to find out the best Strategy.
These include Margaret Lomas, Terry Ryder, Monique Sasson Wakelin, Rachel Barnes, Sam Saggers and me (Michael Yardney.)
You should definitely subscribe to this new weekly program. It’s free!
With all the ducks lining up and many arguing that the worst is behind us Peter Switzer wants to know where Steve Keen and the doomsday merchant brigade are now?
Period flats and houses in Melbourne’villages’such as Elwood, Kensington and South Yarra offer better investment potential than newer blocks, says WBP chief executive Greville Pabst.
In this video, Tim Lawless from RPData explains capital city home values were up 0.8% in February 2012 leaving the market relatively flat (-0.2%) over the first two months of the year.
Seven of the top 10 most expensive suburbs in Australia last year were in Sydney, with two in Melbourne and one in Perth.
The January housing finance data was released recently and it showed, as predicted, a slowdown in activity by first home buyers in January 2012. In this blog RPData make a couple of interesting points about these results….
RBA governor Glenn Stevens has attempted to ease Asian investor concerns about high house prices and high levels of household debt in Australia while acknowledging the unevenness of the Australian economy and bank funding challenges created by the European crisis.