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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 related to the property sector. It might seem like this macro view of the economy doesn’t apply to the everyday investor, but decisions made at the higher level absolutely can and do affect your investment property. Find out in this important update from Adviseable’s Kate Hill. If you’ve enjoyed this video then you might like to subscribe to our YouTube channel, or browse through our latest videos. If you’d like entirely independent and unbiased advice that’s right […]

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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 reason for this is Australia’s shrinking family size. See these videos for more on this: We’re shrinking! The shift in housing preferences  How does a shrinking family size affect the property market?   There are other factors of course, such as the widening gap between house and unit prices, and changes in lifestyle requirements post pandemic. What does this all mean for property investors? Find out in this important update from Kate Hill. If you’ve enjoyed

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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 changing demographics. As household sizes decrease, there’s a noticeable move towards smaller homes, townhouses and units. What does this mean for property investors? Find out in this update from our own Kate Hill. If you’ve enjoyed this video then you might like to subscribe to our YouTube channel, or browse through our latest videos. If you’d like entirely independent and unbiased advice that’s right for your unique situation and goals, then get in touch with us today.

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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 December 2023. Add to that significant population growth and issues in the construction sector and you have a perfect storm of conditions to drive property prices even higher. What does this mean for property investors? Find out in this update from our own Kate Hill. If you’ve enjoyed this video then you might like to subscribe to our YouTube channel, or browse through our latest videos. If you’d like entirely independent and unbiased advice that’s right for

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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 the market is never a sensible thing to try to do, all of the major indicators point to a period of prolonged upward price pressure because of this serious demand and supply imbalance. Just consider that the trend number of new dwelling commenced has fallen a whopping 15 per cent over the year to December 2023, plus, the quarterly number of commencements – at just 37,207 – is the lowest recorded for years, according to

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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 as they discuss the in’s and out’s of negative gearing, and why it is a policy that governments should be embracing, not arguing about. If you’ve enjoyed this video then you might like to subscribe to our YouTube channel, or browse through our latest videos. If you’d like entirely independent and unbiased advice that’s right for your unique situation and goals, then get in touch with us today. Read the transcript I’m Kate Hill from Adviseable, and

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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 within the rental market. From rent increase caps to portable bond schemes, the Queensland Government has embarked on a journey to overhaul rental laws in a bid to create a fairer and more transparent renting environment. These reforms, implemented with the intention of stabilizing rents and democratizing the rental market, have sparked discussions and debates among stakeholders, including tenants, landlords, policymakers, and real estate professionals. In this article, we delve into the intricacies of Queensland’s

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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 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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