Best Places to Invest in Sydney
Guess which postcode contributed more than $1.1bn in government revenue in one year alone? I’m sure you guessed it was a Sydney suburb. Well…it was Mosman where residents paid a staggering $400 million more tax than the next-highest postcode. Analysis by The Weekend Australian of 2014-15 Australian Taxation Office data, produced the following interactive graph wher you
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
Sydney was recorded at the most expensive city in the month of March, with a median dwelling price of $730,000. The moderation in the rate of capital growth in the Sydney market has been the most pronounced, with annual dwelling value growth more than halving to 7.4 per cent per annum, from a high of 18.4 per
The top millionaire streets in NSW were recently revealed by www.onthehouse.com.au. Military Road in NSW is Australia’s new number one million-dollar property hotspot. Based in the upper eastern suburb of Dover Heights, Military Road has stormed up the chart to steal the crown from Raglan Street in Mosman, which moves down to second place after taking
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
In this week’s 2 minute property investment news video I talk about the increase in NSW’s First Homeowner Grant claims. Western Sydney is leading the charge for first homeowners’ in New South Wales. Western Sydney suburbs make up 70 per cent of the top 20 suburbs claiming the First Homeowner Grant in New South Wales.
Rebound Property prices in Sydney have rebounded very strongly from a moderate downturn, up by around 17.5% since their trough and easily breaking new highs by some 10% through 2013. It’s pretty much what I expected from the lower interest rate environment, as long-term blog readers will know. I believe that, whether we like it