House prices in Queensland will jump when the first home owners grant expires this month and a new land tax is introduced, industry experts say.Read More
This on-demand webinar gives you a Brisbane market update and preview of Nyko Property's top investment picks for 2018.Read More
New figures show investors have been further squeezed out of a housing market they once hogged.
Economists expect regulatory pressures on loans once favoured by investors, like interest-only, are placing persistent pressure on the investor sector.Read More
Australian banks may soon introduce tighter lending standards, which could push down house prices, the Reserve Bank says.Read More
Interested in learning more about the Melbourne property investment market? This webinar, which was presented on 24 May 2018, gives you lots of essential information including the demand, demographics, median house prices, infrastructure updates and lots more.Read More
A slowdown in Sydney has crimped growth in average capital city home prices around Australia but data analytics firm Corelogic says the worst is probably over.Read More
Property investing can be complex, so here are five top tips, to help new property investors get started successfully.
Purchasing investment property can be complex.
This infographic shows 9 tips for first time property investors. It can can help you start your property investing journey more successfully and set you on your way to a profitable investing career.Hope it helps!
LVR is an acronym that stands for Loan to Value Ratio.
It is the proportion of money you borrow compared to the value of the property, and expressed as a percentage.
Lenders use this to help assess the risk factor of borrowers before deciding whether to approve a loan.Read More
Australia's five major capital cities have recorded no weekly change in their combined home values, despite an improvement in the auction clearance rate.Read More
A high-powered agency that oversees major infrastructure projects has waded into an explosive political debate over slashing migration levels.
Infrastructure Australia is warning it is neither feasible nor desirable for the country to turn its back on the opportunities presented by population growth.Read More
The NSW government insists first home buyers are "back in the game" as a result of increased stamp duty relief introduced in mid-2017.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Sunday said she was "thrilled" by figures which suggest more than 19,000 people accessed stamp duty concessions since the more generous regime was introduced in July.Read More
It's tempting to throw out the property investment 'to-do' list when December comes around, with the best of intentions, to give it another go next year.
If you ticked off your goals this year and grew your portfolio successfully, congratulations, it's time to put your feet up! However, if you didn't quite manage to do everything you wanted to do with your property in 2017 (and that's ok), then maybe it's time to take some action while everyone else is winding down?
Why not throw a little investment preparation in amongst the festivities this holiday season?
You'll have the time, and it may just give you an excuse to escape the house guests for a little 'me' time!Read More
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Many people will have set property investing goals for the new year and unfortunately, many will fail to achieve them.
Others may not set any goals at all, because it is very easy to just live in the present without a set plan to move forward, which is an easy habit to fall into.
Whether you’re a new or seasoned property investor, it can be incredibly beneficial to set property investing goals to guide your investing for the year to come.
These tips can help you set your goals for 2018 and ensure you don't lose sight of them and are able to take the necessary steps to see them achieved.Read More