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Latest Economist Index Reveals World’s Most Over and Under Valued Property Markets

It’s hardly a trophy to be proud of: Once again the Australian property market is the most over-valued in the World, according to The Economist, with Hong Kong still not too far behind.

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Property vs Shares: and the Winner is…. (with podcast)

monogram-mini-white The debate between property and shares has gone on for years. For anyone looking at purchasing property in a great location now is the time to do it. Many unique homes are coming onto the market and may not be sold again for many years. Even better, the prices they are being offered at are significantly lower than was the case only a few months ago.

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Viral Marketing to the Rescue for Bushfire Housing

Bushfire Housing has been created to match the thousands of people left homeless and in need of emergency accommodation following the bushfire disasters in Victoria and New South Wales.   Bushfire Housing was created as an amazingly quick response by marketing group Sputnik Agency, to allow for local residents with room to share to list their offerings on the site, which then allows fire victims to browse for potential places to stay.

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View from the bridge: Michael Marquette’s take on the current market

The media is continuing to report further economic doom and gloom with Australian Property Monitors telling home owners to brace for a 10% reduction in property values over the next 12 months. With inflation at 5.9% and Australian banks writing off hundreds of millions of dollars the prospect of a reduction in interest rates anytime […]

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Australian property is beating shares

Despite the ongoing negative sentiment, property investors in Australia have fared better than their share market counterparts. Residential properties have increased by 1.46% nationally over the three months to March and achieved an annualised return of around 6%. Despite rising interest rates and inflation fears, RP Data’s national research director Tim Lawless said that when […]

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Is Property A Safe Haven Whilst The Stock Market Is Stormy?

Historically, as sharemarkets fall, investors head towards bricks and mortar. This time around though, as stocks are falling, the latest property data indicates a further tightening of already chronically low rental stocks. If the projections are accurate, rental yields will continue to rise, particularly in outer suburbs. Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

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Australian House Prices Decline for First Time in 17 Months

the growth of Australian housing prices has ground to a halt. In June, real estate prices fell by 0.7 per cent, the first decline in 17 months. Furthermore house prices grew by just 0.1% over the quarter. Clearly interest rates and the stepping back of Federal Government stimulus program are having an effect. There are also election-related jitters and share market concerns playing their role.

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Luxury Housing is India’s Next Big Thing in 2016

India’s unique urban lifestyle is attracting top-notched developers to scout for land parcels in areas where demand for high-end residences has surged. The luxury niche is becoming one of the strongest sectors in India’s real estate market. The section below explores how the advent of luxury housing in India is brewing up! Real Estate Market […]

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New South Wales Land Valuations

The latest round of land tax assessments in New South Wales, drawn up before the Reserve Bank of Australia’s successive interest rate cuts but taking an average of land values over a three year period, show steep rises in property valuations in the Eastern Suburbs and Inner West. On top of share markets losses, the […]

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How Is Sydney and Australia Weathering The Global Storm?

It is time to speak out loudly about what is happening in Sydney’s real estate market.   Clearly it does vary from suburb to suburb and looking at the Luxury end of the market there has been a slight reduction in price in some areas. Properties at the very top end (over $10M) are holding their […]

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