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  • Capital City Snap-Shot

    Perth

    - by Simon Pressley

    Over the last couple of years Perth’s property market mirrored the State’s iron ore activity. Growth in wages, employment, and record population created more demand for housing than could be supplied. As mining projects wind down skilled labour has become more readily available for WA’s construction industry. Combine this with…

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    Sydney

    - by Simon Pressley

    The performance of Sydney’s property market over the past 12-18 months is as concerning as it is spectacular. Double-digit price growth totally defies Sydney’s property market fundamentals. While I’ll stop short of predicting that a downturn is on the horizon, the drivers of Sydney’s market are as fragile as a…

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    Sydney’s House-Of-Cards Property Market

    - by Simon Pressley

    The performance of Sydney’s property market over the past 12-18 months is as concerning as it is spectacular. Double-digit price growth totally defies Sydney’s property market fundamentals. While I’ll stop short of predicting that a downturn is on the horizon, the drivers of Sydney’s market are as fragile as a…

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    2014 Market Outlook

    - by Simon Pressley

    I am as bullish about the outlook for property markets in Australia now as I have been at any time over the last five years. Affordability, pent up demand from Australians sitting with their hands in their pockets for so long, and renewed focus on infrastructure investment will be the…

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    Australian First Home Buyers

    - by Simon Pressley

    Remember when GST was first introduced in this country, back in 2000? It was acknowledged that the extra 10% levy on goods and services would make the cost of building a new home more expensive and thereby make it harder for first home buyers to get in to the market.…

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    AFFORDABILITY : DEMAND : PRICE GROWTH

    - by Simon Pressley

    The more affordable an asset is the more demand because the asset is accessible by more people. The more demand there is for an asset the more potential for growth. It’s worth keeping all of this in mind if the current hype associated with Sydney property markets is tempting you.…

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    Understanding ‘Asian Century’ key to success

    - by Simon Pressley

    From The Advisor http://www.theadviser.com.au/breaking-news/29452-understanding-asian-century-key-to-success 28 November 2013 Vivienne Kelly In 2014, making money through property in Australia will rely significantly on investors’ understanding Asia’s changing demographics and economy, according to a leading buyer’s advocate. Speaking at a recent roundtable hosted by The Adviser’s sister publication Smart Property Investment, Propertyology’s Simon…

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    Is Greater Western Sydney the Gold Mine it’s Spruiked to be?

    - by Simon Pressley

    Gold is rare because it’s not found everywhere. And yet, if you listen to some in the property investment industry (often those whose income depends on a particular ‘scheme’), you’d swear there was a glittering new gold mine discovered every other day. There are some who have been giving Greater…

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    Positively Geared, Negatively Researched…

    - by Simon Pressley

    Don’t get bitten by positively geared property. ‘Beware the wolf in sheep’s clothing’, like most old adages, applies just as much to real estate as it does to real life. If you don’t look past the fluff and get to the facts, you could get bitten. There are plenty of…

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