This Blog is going to be a little different from my other blogs. Purely because I write this blog with a level of hesitation. And the reason for this hesitation is because whenever I see a blog written with the title “Top Hotspots for 2019” or “Property Investment Hotspots” it usually makes me cringe. So


Over the third quarter of 2018, Sydney dwelling values have fallen by -2.1% and values across regional NSW have fallen by -1.2%. Over the past 12 months Sydney values have fallen by -7.2% while regional NSW values have increased by 1.2%. By comparison, 12 months ago Sydney values had increased by 10.3% and regional NSW


With the property market in Sydney always changing, it’s always a good idea to stay on top of which suburbs are set to grow in the coming years. Suburbs like Parramatta, dubbed as Sydney’s second CBD, or suburbs in the Inner West might be the first that come to mind when considering which areas are


Sydney housing market conditions continue to act as the primary on national housing values, with the market down 1.4% in November. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for December 2018. You can also check out the local reports for Brisbane and Melbourne. This was the largest month on month fall since values fell 1.5%