While you’ll hear endless market forecasts from media commentators with hidden agendas or data crunchers making predictions from their desks, there’s nothing like hearing real, unbiased feedback from specialists who actually work on the frontline of the property market.
First home buyers (FHBs) are currently in line for the opportunity of a lifetime, and now they can access a unique buyers’ support system that will ensure the all important first purchase is one that will put them on a successful financial footing.
President of the Property Owners Association of NSW John Gilmovich explains the new reforms, what they will mean for the market, and why they have the potential to put more pressure on housing and rents.
Most of Australia’s capital cities will benefit from the interest rate cuts and loosening of credit restrictions to record dwelling price rises over 2020 with Sydney and Melbourne leading the charge, according to Christopher’s Housing Boom and Bust Report for 2020, released recently by SQM Research.
No . . I’m not referring to beautiful cars, jewellery or fast men – although all those things are great. Property success indicators are pieces of information or data that should influence your property activities. This includes purchasing decisions, renovation and development decisions, as well as the crucial ‘hold’ or ‘sell’ choices.
Given we have more than 10,000+ mini property markets in Australia, the market you’re planning to buy into could be running slow (like Ceduna) or rapid fire (like Bondi) but there’s a few key pieces of information you should have before you buy into any market at any time.
You’ve either been saving for a while and are now ready to think seriously about buying a property, or you’ve had your own property for a while and are ready to use the equity for another purchase. Things are changing quickly in the finance market so we have outlined a summary of the current process for getting the loan green light.
Homebuyers and novice investors are being blindsided by spruikers masquerading as qualified property investment professionals, with the financial consequences dire, according to two peak industry bodies.