investment property

Where should I buy an investment property?
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Where should I buy my next investment property?  If I had a dollar for every time I was asked that question, I’d retire a rich man…never mind the property portfolio! But when it comes to purchasing residential real estate investments, there are generally two different approaches. One will succeed at all stages of the property…

8 reasons why women make better investors
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Do women really make better property investors? There seems to be mounting evidence that this could be the case. Pete Wargent wrote a great blog outlining 5 reasons women can be better property investors than men and Michael Yardney has explained why women outperform men under stress. Now Kym Kiyosaki  gives her opinion on 8 advantages that women have…

Essential tips for first time property investors
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Financial independence is something we all dream about, especially in today’s often challenging and uncertain economic environment. We become financially independent when the income generated by our assets exceeds our day to day living expenses. Sadly many of us do not and will not have sufficient assets now and when we retire (for instance through…

Statistical and Fundamental Research
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When identifying locations in which to invest, the research an investor performs can be broken down into two types: statistical research and fundamental research. Each is performed differently and each has its own merits and shortcomings. So when should one use statistical research and when fundamental? Demand and Supply At the risk of sounding repetitive,…

Limited Capital city land creates a steady price push
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As soon as vacant land comes to market in many of Australia’s capital city areas, it’s quickly snapped up. City-based vacant land prices increased significantly over the 2014-2015 financial year. However this was not the case in regional areas where prices actually went backwards. Median vacant land prices over time: Settled sales data over the 2014-15 financial…

Capital gains slow across the housing market BUT trend growth remains high
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Dwelling values moved 0.3% higher in August across CoreLogic RP Data’s combined capital cities index with Sydney values once again leading the pack with 1.1% growth over the month. According to the CoreLogic RP Data August 2015 Home Value Index, capital city dwelling values continued to rise over the month, albeit with considerable variations in…

Latest Property Market Data and Trends
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CoreLogic have released their latest market data and trends report, giving a snapshot of what’s happened in the markets this week. To help you make better informed buying selling and property investment decisions, below you’ll find details of: Capital city home value changes over the last week, month and year Latest auction statistics by state How…