If you’re like thousands of other Australians, you’ve thought plenty about buying an investment property in Sydney. But like many of those, you may still be procrastinating. If you’re not sure where to start, or you feel uncertain about your capability, there are some basic steps you can take now so you’re ready for your
CoreLogic’s April housing market review reveals Sydney’s property market is in a good position. Sydney’s property market certainly remains strong with the annual pace of capital gains reaching a new cyclical high in March. This continued growth has been caused by a combination of increasing housing demand as well as strong investment in NSW. However,
I hear it time and time again. A generation locked out of the housing market, a property bubble so inflated it is about to burst. Cue the doomsday music and fretting over escalating home values. Don’t get me wrong, saving for a deposit is a difficult exercise, and it is true that Australian property values
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and this certainly holds true in the world of real estate. Not all of us will love the same style of property. Some may prefer modern architecture and a contemporary lay-out and finish, while others may only be interested in buying period properties offering lots of charm
When buying a property having the right tools to maintain your finances is essential. In this article, guest poster Jerry Tyrrell who had has over 40 years’ experience in the building, architectural and timber pest industry and is the founder of Tyrrells Property Inspections, look at the key essentials you need to know to ensure your finances
You wouldn’t buy a car without doing a little research. A Google search, customer and expert reviews, model comparisons and of course, a test drive. You want this car to last for years and be a reliable performer so you’re not going to rush into anything. So how about something worth not just thousands, but
Is it time to lock in some or all of your loans into fixed rates? This is a question many property investors and home owners are asking with interest rates at the lowest they’ve been in decades and competition amongst the banks delivering us some very attractive fixed loan rates. How do you decide what’s
The latest Genworth Streets Ahead Home Buyer Consumer Confidence Index shows 71% of first home buyers think the Australian dream of owning a home is realistic. This is up from 63% last September.