What’s the best time of the year to buy a property?

What’s the best time of the year to buy a property?

The real estate market tends to be quite cyclical and moves with the seasons. Knowing the general trends and understanding the ebbs and flows of the market can help you both when selling and when buying. You’ll find the listing rates and clearance rates can vary significantly from season to season. However, it’s important toRead More

Most optimistic home seller expectations since the beginning of 2018

Most optimistic home seller expectations since the beginning of 2018

After the market started turning around halfway through the year, vendors in Australia have become more and more optimistic about property price movements. 3,306 Australian vendors were surveyed last quarter on the expectations for price movement with vendors the most optimistic they’ve been for at least three years. In the most recent quarter, 68% ofRead More

Is it time to sell or buy with the property market turning around?

Is it time to sell or buy with the property market turning around?

The property market has been turning around as of the second half of the year. Overall dwelling values in Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart have all had increases for three successive months in a row, whereas Brisbane has had increases for two successive months in a row. You might be wondering whether it’s a good timeRead More

The Number 1 Mistake People Make When Buying in their SMSF

The Number 1 Mistake People Make When Buying in their SMSF

Are you considering buying a property in your Self Managed Superannuation Fund? It has become more and more popular over the last decade as people opt to take control of their financial future. I must firstly state that if you are considering exactly this, it is important to get advice from an appropriately licenced advisorRead More

Renting on the rise in Australia

Renting on the rise in Australia

With soaring property prices making home ownership impossible for more and more young Australians, the proportion of renters looks like it’s on the rise. When comparing home ownership rates for those aged 25-34 years, ABS data reveals that the number continues to decline. In 1961, it was 60%, before dropping to 47% in 2011 andRead More

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