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Brisbane Property Purchase

Five affordable suburbs for investors and homebuyers priced under $550,000

After several months of rate rise-induced falls, home prices are on the up and up once again in much of the country as intense buyer demand spreads, according to national buyers’ agency Adviseable.  But for homebuyers and investors on a tight budget, there are still pockets that offer prime opportunities to purchase an affordable property with good long-term prospects. “In many parts of Australia, especially our biggest capital cities, it’s extremely difficult to find a property priced under $550,000 – but there are suburbs where affordable homes are still available,” Adviseable Property Buyer Kate Hill said. According to the latest …

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Interstate Property

How to buy Interstate Property

All savvy property investors are open to buying property interstate, as they aren’t bound to one particular area they ‘know’ or even ’like’ – and so will use up-to-date data to determine where the next hotspots are, to help them to maximise their return, rather than buy in areas they are familiar with, or live close to.  But when you’re getting ready to buy in new locations – even buying interstate – it’s of course extremely important that you do your due diligence, and you know what you are getting into. Every state has its own laws, opportunities and flaws – and …

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Queensland Investors

Why Queensland investors shouldn’t sell in protest

There is an issue in Queensland that is gathering more and more momentum in the media, because it has most of the people in the property investment profession scratching their heads in bewilderment. In fact, I myself have spent plenty of time going: What the heck? What I’m talking about is the new Queensland land tax, which was quietly, or should that be sneakily, passed in late June by the State Government. The tax was first proposed late last year, but no one thought it would actually become a reality because it was so, well, ridiculous and potentially not legal …

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