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2021 has started in strong fashion as most property markets across the country continue to see rising prices. According to the latest data from CoreLogic, house prices are up once again in February and it appears that the big banks are also predicting significant price gains over the next 12-24 months. Month to date, house prices in our major capital cities are 1.2% higher according to CoreLogic, taking the year to date gains to 1.4%. Out of Australia’s five largest cities, Perth has so far been the strongest this year, with gains of 2.4% followed by Brisbane at 1.5%.
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House prices across the nation have carried on where they left off last year, with values increasing in January.
When the time comes to sell your property, whether an investment or the family home, there are a number of small things you can do to achieve the very best result you can. The most important thing to consider when you are trying to sell you home is that if you want to get a price above what the market might consider its fair value, then you need to get multiple buyers competing. So what can you do to ensure your property appeals to as many people as you can?
Despite experts suggesting house prices were going to see a sharp contraction in 2020, the latest data indicates the opposite has occurred. According to CoreLogic, house prices increased in value across the country in 2020, finishing the year 3.0% higher across the nation.
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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 existing 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 2021 property investing goals and ensure you don't lose sight of them and are able to take the necessary steps to see them achieved.
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 2020, 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!
Despite the negative headlines early in the year, house prices across the country have continued to rise with experts signalling there could be more gains ahead in 2021.
The great thing about investing in property is that there are a multitude of ways that everyday investors can make money. There are different property investment strategies that can be used, depending on what your goals are and what you’re trying to achieve. These strategies can also be used on a range of different priced properties in different locations, meaning that there is always a strategy that you can use in most market conditions to help achieve some great returns. Here are five property investment strategies that you can consider using on your next property purchase.
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There is no way to guarantee that the property you buy will increase in value, but in order to increase your chances, you need to carry out detailed research on the property you are interested in and the suburb it resides in.