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Area Profile Geelong Victoria

Area Profile – Geelong Victoria

In this latest property update, we narrow in on a property hotspot you might not have had on your radar – Geelong, Victoria. It might ...
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Why are so many people buying in Geelong?

Why are so many people buying in Geelong?

Why so many people are moving to, and buying property in, Geelong? If you imagine some of the fabulous regional places around Australia that people ...
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Investing in our capital cities and the 2024-25 budget

Investing in our capital cities, and the 2024-25 budget

In this latest property update, Kate Hill takes a look at the latest data around our capital cities, and unpacks the 2024-25 Federal Budget announcements ...
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More long term apartment living

More long term apartment living

There’s change afoot in the landscape of Australian housing. A notable transformation is occurring as more individuals opt for long term apartment living. A big ...
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Shift in housing preferences

Shift in housing preferences: Embracing smaller, more manageable homes

In recent years, a discernible shift in housing preferences has emerged, driven by evolving lifestyle choices and changing demographic trends. As household sizes decrease, there’s ...
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The shift in housing preferences

We’re shrinking! A shift in housing preferences

We’re shrinking! Well, our household sizes are anyway. In recent years, there has been a discernible shift in housing preferences driven by lifestyle choices and ...
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Record low dwelling commencements to push prices even higher

Record low dwelling commencements to push prices even higher

New data out in relation to dwelling commencements makes for pretty dire reading. In fact, commencements have fallen a massive 15% in the year to ...
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How does a shrinking family size affect the property market

How does a shrinking family size affect the property market?

The dynamics of household size in Australia are undergoing a significant transformation with some really quite profound implications for the country’s property market. What are ...
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Learning the language of property investment

The language of property investment

Becoming proficient in property investment is like learning a foreign language, but you can master it, says Kate Hill. In this podcast Bushy Martin digs ...
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Record low dwelling commencements

Record low dwelling commencements to push prices even higher

The latest dwelling commencement data sets make for woeful reading for anyone waiting and watching for property prices to hopefully fall. While trying to time ...
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Why Melbourne is a prime investment destination

Why Melbourne is a prime investment destination

By guest blogger: Terry Ryder, www.hotspotting.com.au As a real estate analyst in Australia for over 40 years, I’ve seen various markets rise and fall, aligning ...
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1% club

Join the 1% club

Would you like to join the 1% club? That is, the 1% of property investors in Australia who own five or more investment properties? So ...
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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 ...
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Negative Gearing

Negative gearing

If there was ever a political football that gets thrown around every election cycle, it’s negative gearing. Join Adviseable’s Kate Hill and Hotspotting’s Terry Ryder ...
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Is a local or national buyers agent best?

Is a local or national buyers agent best?

More and more investors are purchasing interstate every year as they recognise the potential of buying in locations that are primed for future capital growth. ...
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Exploring Queensland's rental reforms

Exploring Queensland rental reforms

In recent years, Queensland, Australia, has witnessed significant shifts in its rental landscape, driven by a wave of legislative reforms aimed at addressing various challenges ...
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Investor exodus Victoria

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 ...
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Victorian Property Market Update

Victorian property market update

The property market in Victoria, Australia, has been subject to quite a lot of ‘tinkering’ as the state government looks to find new ways to ...
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Australia's housing crisis

Australia’s housing crisis

There is nothing more fiercely debated at the moment than Australia’s housing crisis. It’s a complex issue with many moving parts and it affects everyone, ...
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Apartment living

More long term apartment living: A shift in Australian housing trends

The landscape of Australian housing is undergoing a significant transformation, with a notable increase in the number of individuals opting for long-term apartment living. This ...
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Adapting to changing household dynamics

Property investor asset selection: adapting to changing household dynamics

The landscape of real estate investment is continually evolving, shaped by various factors including economic conditions, market trends, and demographic shifts. One crucial aspect that ...
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Rental vacancy rates hit new record low

Rental vacancy rates hit new record low

There was already very little room to move, yet rental vacancy rates in Australia have just hit a new record low! Join us as Kate ...
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Australia's shrinking family size

Australia’s Shrinking Family Size – How does it affect the property market?

The dynamics of household size in Australia are undergoing a significant transformation, with profound implications for the country’s property market. As households shrink, there’s a ...
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Australia's housing crisis

Australia’s housing crisis

Australia’s housing crisis has become a fiercely debated topic, capturing the attention of policymakers, economists, and the general public alike. As the nation grapples with ...
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