Property Investment (Australia)
This topic covers Property Investment in Australia. It pulls together resources and the latest news and knowledge to provide a quick update on the market, recommendations, guides and discussions for property investors in Australia.
Bryce Holdaway Ben Kingsley Who are we? The Property Couch is a podcast hosted by two of Australia's Property Experts, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley. This Podcast is about helping people make smart property investment decisions. Why we are doing this?
Investing in propertyhas become something of a national past time in Australia, with most Australians either already owning real estate, or looking to delve into the market. While many people have good intentions, however, only a small percentage of them actually follow through by taken action on their property investing goals.
Buying an investment property continues to be one of Australia's favourite ways to invest. An investment property should be about increasing your wealth and securing your financial future. There is however, a common misconception that property investing always delivers positive returns, while this is true most of the time it ...
Despite reports to the contrary, an oversupply crisis is not looming over Melbourne's property industry. Yes, the demand for tiny apartments in the CBD and Docklands might dwindle in years to come, but the term 'oversupply' shouldn't be applied to the whole of Melbourne where the demand for larger, high-quality units is growing year on year.
The 10 suburbs in one major capital city which investors should be watching in 2017 have been revealed. Douglas Driscoll, CEO of real estate agency Starr Partners has compiled the list which he says will provide property buyers and owners "with insights into the suburbs that will boom - or in some cases, continue to boom - in the upcoming year.
Housing affordability is clearly improving in Sydney although the outlook for first home buyers remains bleak. Sydney's property owners have enjoyed another positive year overall for prices growth although results have been typically mixed between regions, price ranges and dwelling types.