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How to Research the Property Market [Infographic]

Deciding on the suburb that you want to invest in next can be a hard decision.

You will need to

  • identify the locations you want to invest in.
  • review current and historical performance.
  • identify where they are in the current economic capital growth cycle.
  • eliminate the poor performers that don't meet your growth and yield criteria.

This infographic gives you some tips on the factors to weigh up when choosing where to invest in next.

You can also check out this reports pack, which can help you identify Australia's top performing suburbs and get your property search off to the perfect start.


 Factors to consider about the location when investing in property

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Real Estate Investar Editor
Real Estate Investar provides intelligent software, tools and data to help you save time and make money in the residential property investment market.

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