Saturday Summary – some weekend property investment reading
Each Saturday morning I’m going 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 you for easy weekend reading, to make it easier for you to improve your property investment knowledge.
To read more of these the articles please click their links….
Why is it that banks don’t think the property investment you bought isn’t worth as much as you paid?
Leading property analyst Michael Matusik explains.
All smart property investors have a strategy they stick to. But which is best?
In the inaugural 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 myself.
You definitely should subscribe to this new weekly program. It’s free! This show premiers next week, but I’ve given you a sneak preview here.
John McGrath, explains our property markets are in a state of flux.
In his Autumn review he explains what’s ahead for the property investment markets over the next year including his list of hot spots. This is a must read for all property investors.
This article explains the latest RPData figures which show a slight rebound in Melbourne property values as well as discussing the controversial new daily Rismark property index.
Ed Chan enters the debate – whether a big or small Australia is better for property.
Read the pros and cons.
The number of suburbs with median house prices above $1 million fell both in Melbourne and Sydney over the second half of 2011,
In a world first, property-obsessed investors will be able to check house prices daily and trade on an index that tracks the ebbs and flows of dwelling prices across Australia.
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