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Don’t let Media Hype derail your property portfolio

All those people with an agenda and in need of airtime are fighting it out to be the ones with the largest and loudest crystal ball. Remember them? Unfortunately, negative media hype can easily scare you away from building your property portfolio. As the Covid pandemic was taking hold back in 2020 we were being told that property prices would plunge 30% … many, many people put off buying property, fearful of what was to come. And what happened? Almost the exact opposite with stellar capital growth in so many property markets. Those that didn’t buy gave themselves a good …

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Should your next investment property be a house or a unit?

If you’ve been thinking about your next investment property, you’re likely considering a house or a unit. A question we receive often at Adviseable is, what are the differences between these two, and is one better than the other? While it is a fair question, let’s unpack the difference between houses and units and investigate them further. The property you invest in could reflect what is currently available in the market and how much you have budgeted for that particular investment. However, don’t forget that the main idea of investing is getting the right amount of return for your dollar. …

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rental properties

Critical undersupply of rental properties to persist

Rental Properties around Australia New data released recently has confirmed the critical undersupply of rental properties around the nation. According to SQM Research, the national residential rental vacancy hit just one per cent in March – the lowest level in 16 years. The last time the national vacancy rate was this low, “Kevin07” wasn’t even a thing yet! To understand what this metric really means it’s vital to know that the equilibrium point of supply and demand in the rental market is generally considered to be three per cent. This means that a vacancy rate of one per cent is …

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Property Data – what you need to know – and how to use it

Australian investors need to rely on key information to find a great property, critically considering the variety of property data available to inform their choice Investors use property data to create a short list of suburbs where the numbers drive your portfolio. This key information should determine the state, city and suburb you end up investing in. The opportunity to convert an old residential site into an exciting new residential development, for example, is an option that good information may expose. Popular sites like the ANZ Property Council release data you can absorb, but they are not the only source …

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