Property owners in most capital cities have endured a great run in the last 5 years, Sydney and Melbourne have lead the charge with annual double digit growth but is that run about to come to an end? If it does what should you do? Read on to get our take on this. CoreLogic’s Monthly[…]
In recent years, Chinese investment in Australian Property has been an unstoppable power. “Despite both internal and foreign market shocks, investment still grew in 2016, although at a slower rate than past years. Chinese investors have a strong desire to diversify their assets and as such they will always try to find new ways to[…]
The official release of the 2016 Census data was on Tuesday, 27 June 2017. We released a brief summary in this article on June 29. Since then further analysis has been conducted and thanks to the Commonwealth Bank we have the table below to get further insight into population, income and dwelling statistics. (Source: Commonwealth[…]
The official release of 2016 Census data on Tuesday, 27 June 2017 has provided some insight as to the trends in population and property ownership around Australia. In an effort to establish what this means for property investors we have summarised the relevant parts here. 1. More Renters and Less Owners Outright home ownership slid[…]
Depreciation Changes and Maximising Property Investment Returns With the end of the 2016-2017 financial year fast approaching, now is the time to start thinking about how you can get the most out of your investment. One way to do this is to ensure you claim the maximum depreciation deductions available from your investment property. The[…]
New property investors are often wanting to find out where the hotspots are. The problem with hotspots is that they are only identified as hot once the smart investors have already entered that area and the prices have already risen. That doesn’t mean there are not future returns to be had, it is just more[…]
Australian house blocks are shrinking. A decade ago the average Australian block size was around 700sqm. Today freestanding homes are being built on blocks less than 300sqm and townhouses with common walls are being built on lots under 200sqm. The shrinking lot size is evident in both infill development and greenfield projects. Planning regulation in[…]
Debate rages on regarding the direction the Australian Property Market is heading. Affordability is the lead topic and varying institutions are suggesting the market has peaked and will decline in the near future. A new discussion has emerged recently regarding mortgage stress and the fear mongers are selling the drama around some of the statistics[…]
The property market is enduring a prolonged growth period that has seen records for transaction volumes, prices and clearance rates. On the back of this, speculation has increased that the Australian property market is in a bubble.
The video shows the drive-by through the suburb of Murarrie, located in Brisbane. The drive incorporated the East Village of Murarrie in order to survey the surroundings of the development site.
UGC Secures Co-Developer Site – Townhouse Investments at a discount of up to $70,000 with $48,400 Guaranteed – Opportunity to Participate Currently Exists Due to the way this project is structured we have the ability to accept additional investors to participate in this project. If you or anyone you know is looking to invest in[…]
Co-Developer: First Site Secured in Brisbane In October, we published a post regarding our unique Co-Developer Strategy that enables investors to buy property at wholesale prices, as explained here: “The UGC Co-Developer investment strategy allows private individuals to invest in new real estate at wholesale prices, as the super wealthy do. The aim is to allow[…]