Subdividing a property is an efficient way of boosting your rental income and creating equity. This strategy also provides owners with options such as selling, holding or a combination of the two. To help you find a property with the opportunity to be subdivided, we have compiled a list of Australia's suburbs with the highest amount of subdivision properties. This infographic shows the percentage of total distressed listings on the market by dwelling type and number of bedrooms.
Properties which have a positive cash flow are a great benefit to investors as they can assist in creating an extra source of income (pre-tax). These properties cover the costs of holding and maintenance, and allow the extra rent paid to become additional income for you to enjoy.
Renovating a property is an excellent way to increase its market value, it creates the opportunity to improve both cash flow and capital growth for the owner. Finding the right property that is ripe and ready for renovation can be a difficult first step on a renovating journey. To help your search, we have compiled a list of Australia's best renovation suburbs. This infographic shows the percentage of total renovation listings on the market by dwelling type and number of bedrooms.
House prices across the country have increased by 16.1% over the past 12 months, making it the strongest property market we’ve seen since 2004.
Australian house prices officially grew by 13.5% over the past 12 months, making it the biggest annual gain we’ve seen since 2004.
While some make it look easy, getting into the property market can be an incredibly daunting task. To remind you of the benefits of purchasing real estate, and get you feeling excited about your potential purchase, we have compiled a list of inspiring quotes from some of the best in the business...
House prices across the country have continued to boom in May, with the latest data showing values increased by 2.2% and 10.6% annually.
Over the past 12 months, we’ve started to see a lot more interest in both buying and selling property off-market.
In Australia, less than one in ten people own an investment property. The vast majority of homeowners are what we might label as ‘upgraders’ who only ever own their own home. After buying their first home, upgraders continue to buy a bigger and better home as their family needs change and sell off their previous home in part to finance the upgrade. But is that actually the best way to go about it? Or should you consider turning your first home into an investment property?