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[Infographic]  5 Tips for Choosing a Selling Agent


So, you've decided to put your property on the market! One of the first things you need to do is find the right selling agent.

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Cash Rate Unchanged at 1.50%


At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent.

Statement by Philip Lowe, Governor, follows.

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8 Tips to Help You Achieve Your Property Investing Goals in 2017

Many people will have set property investing goals for the new year and many will fail to achieve them. 

There is another group of people out there who do not set goals at all, because it is very easy to just live in the present - which is what most of us tend to do.

But whether you’re a new or seasoned property investor, these tips can help you set your goals for this year and ensure you don't lose sight of them until they have been achieved.

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Buying Discount Investment Property - Process and How-To Video

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The discount property investment strategy involves purchasing investment property below valuation, not below the vendor’s asking price. 

This blog is aimed at property investors of all levels of experience, and covers:

  • Some goals you can aim to achieve if you are looking to find and purchase investment property at a discount
  • A process to follow to help you find, analyse and research discounted investment property opportunities
  • A how to video which demonstrates how our tools can help them secure property at below fair market value and create instant chunks of equity.
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Guide to Buying Off-the-plan Investment Property



Purchasing property off-the-plan means entering a contract to buy the property before or during its construction, so you can view the design and building plans but you won’t be able to inspect the finished property until construction is complete.

Many people consider buying off-the-plan because they anticipate the property will be worth more once it is completed. 

After all, it seems logical that if you sign a contract to purchase a property at today’s prices, it should be worth more when construction is completed one to three years time. 

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