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Why Melbourne makes more sense than Perth

Why Melbourne makes more sense than Perth

Most property investors are herd animals, diving into markets when they read that prices have risen 15% or 20% in the past year – or 50% in the past three years. Buying in such a market means you are likely buying at – or after – the peak of the market. The smart money would have been there 2-3 years ago – and is now focused on places that are early in the growth cycle. That’s why Melbourne makes more sense than Perth for property investors seeking to buy strategically for capital growth. The Melbourne market, in simple terms, is […]

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Investor exodus means now is the time to buy in Victoria

With the prevailing narrative being that property investors are fleeing Victoria in droves, we believe that savvy investors should be doing the opposite. There had been much media attention on investors deserting Victoria because of its new land tax policy as well as a raft of rental reforms, but the fundamentals of the nation’s second most populous state remained overwhelmingly positive. Now is the time to invest in Victoria because of much lower competition from other investors. In the grand scheme of things, property expenses and taxes are part and parcel of owning investment properties over the long-term and they

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Why buyers need to be cautious about Perth

Perth has been the shining property star for the past year or two without a doubt. We started buying quality real estate assets for our clients in the Western Australian capital quite some time ago, which means those properties have ridden the capital growth uplift over that time. But there is something unsettling happening in Perth at the moment that makes me very nervous indeed. You see, there are buyers over there purchasing inferior properties at ridiculous prices. There are even supposed buyers’ advocates paying through the nose for seriously warty properties. The current buying frenzy means someone is likely

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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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Why the property stars are shining on Southern Perth

Perth is rightly being seen as the nation’s best city property market with prices continuing to strengthen after posting positive growth over the past year when most other cities experienced reduced price points. There is no question that from its recovery status in 2020, Perth’s property market is showing strong signs in 2023. Plus, some government incentives for first home buyers are adding further momentum to the city’s property market and are helping young families.  The region has some of the most budget-priced houses of any capital city, as well as offering good infrastructure, services, and amenities.  Suburbs south of

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Perth listings lowest in 13 years as prices climb higher

Total property listings for sale in Perth have hit its lowest level in more than a decade, driving prices higher, with three city districts also tipped for plenty of upside potential, according to a national buyers’ agency. Adviseable Property Buyer Kate Hill said the Perth property market had already been experiencing robust market conditions last year, but now a significant undersupply of listings is adding further fuel to property price upswings. “According to SQM Research, total property listings in Perth in June this year were at the lowest level since May 2010 – or more than 13 years,” Ms Hill

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Why the City of Stirling is Perth’s hottest market

Perth is currently the star property market across the nation, with strong sales activity and price growth occurring.Plus, Perth now has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation at 3.6 per cent. The West Australian capital city is firing on all cylinders with one location showing particularly robust market conditions. I’m talking about the City of Stirling, which is located in the northern suburbs of Perth, about 10 kilometres from the central business direct. The area covers a substantial 105 square kilometre and is the largest local government area by population in Western Australia. What makes Stirling so

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