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    How one couple went from no clue to clued up

    - by Nicola McDougall

    Brisbane investors Andrew and Tabetha are brutally honest about how much they knew about property investment this time last year.

    The couple, in their early 40s, had bought and sold a few of their homes over the years and say they even pondered whether they should hold on to them each time they were doing so.

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    Are Claire and Ben Australia’s most remote investors?

    - by Nicola McDougall

    When you live in one of the most remote parts of Australia, and are expecting your first baby, how do you invest in property?

    That was the conundrum for Claire and Ben who live on Groote Eylandt, which may be the largest island in the Gulf of Carpentaria but most people have never heard of it.

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    Propertyology Helped Guide Maya & Jorma To Financial Freedom

    - by Propertyology

    Maya & Jorma, like many other young couples, had previously dabbled in property investment themselves. At first, they thought they’d made a great investment, but it didn’t turn out to be as lucrative as they’d first hoped. On re-evaluating their decision to do it all themselves, Maya and Jorma decided…

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    Benefits of a Short Staycation

    - by Propertyology

    Are you looking for a short getaway that will satisfy all of your travel needs, without having to splurge on a plane ticket? Maybe you’ve only got a short amount of time to spend on your holidays, or you have other contributing factors holding you back from leaving the comforts…

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    Australia’s Quarter-Acre Block: a thing of the past for city folk

    - by Propertyology

    Australians love their quarter-acre blocks. And why shouldn’t we? They’re what we were raised on. A big backyard with room to run and space for a swimming pool to spend the scorching Aussie summers – now that’s living, Barry! It didn’t matter how big your house was, as long as…

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    Maya & Jorma: Acting Now for the Future

    - by Propertyology

    Maya and Jorma decided to work with Propertyology to find their last three investment properties, and now have a clear vision and action plan for their financial future. One that is working for them.

    Watch their story here.

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    Renting = flexibility to have the lifestyle you want

    - by Propertyology

    When looking for somewhere to live, there are many reasons why renting may be a better option than buying. Avoiding unnecessary fees, not having to worry about (or pay for) repair jobs or renovations, and getting a return on your savings are just a few.

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    What will your retirement look like? How to plan ahead…

    - by Propertyology

    It always pays to be prepared – particularly when your future is involved! Retirement might seem a distant concept at the moment, but it’s never too early to start thinking about your options and putting together a plan.

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    Angie and Simon : Propertyology helped us find a happy home

    - by Propertyology

    “We’ve got a place that we never thought we would be able to afford, we’re more local to work, to the airport, to the beaches, to the city, and we’ve been able to live a far more affluent lifestyle than we ever thought we would be able to.”

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    Hobart To Surpass Sydney & Melbourne

    - by Simon Pressley

    Hobart is Propertyology’s tip to be Australia’s best performed capital city property market in 2017. Read on to get the full scoop and real data analysis!

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    Here’s Why It Pays To Use A Buyer’s Agent

    - by Simon Pressley

    Buying a property is one the single biggest financial decisions that you’ll ever make. Find out why it pays to use a Buyer’s Agent…

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    State By State Population Trends

    - by Simon Pressley

    Supply, demand, and sentiment: these are the three pistons which drive the engine of every property market. A large of proportion of the material which property investors research relates to the Demand side of the equation. But, in this current era, the Supply side of the equation has fast become just as important; in some cases, more important!

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    Employment Analysis Uncovers New Property Trends

    - by Simon Pressley

    Supply, demand, and sentiment: these are the three pistons which drive the engine of every property market. A large of proportion of the material which property investors research relates to the Demand side of the equation. But, in this current era, the Supply side of the equation has fast become just as important; in some cases, more important!

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    Brisbane Property Market Answers Found In Cash Registers

    - by Simon Pressley

    The property market fundamentals of Australia’s biggest city council are as bent as a banana. While rates of population growth continue to ease, the high volumes of new housing supply are absurd, and…

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    How Long Should I Hold My Investment Property For?

    - by Simon Pressley

    Let’s imagine that you own an investment property already and the market which it’s in isn’t doing much: is it a good idea to sell the property? This is a great question which many property investors ponder from time to time. The same question was asked by a viewer of the real estate program ‘Your Money Your Call – Property’ on Sky News channel 602. Here’s how Propertyology Managing Director, Simon Pressley, answered that question.

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    Supply Trumps Demand

    - by Propertyology

    Supply, demand, and sentiment: these are the three pistons which drive the engine of every property market. A large of proportion of the material which property investors research relates to the Demand side of the equation. But, in this current era, the Supply side of the equation has fast become just as important; in some cases, more important!

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    Property Market History Resembles A Patchwork Quilt

    - by Propertyology

    In 2013, the property market of Australia’s biggest city, Sydney, woke up from a slumber which extended over several years and (finally) produced strong price growth during the last 3.5 years. But that’s a stark contrast to the rest of Australia. While there have been a year or two here and there where reasonable growth has occurred, this has generally been tempered by years of poor performance either side of the growth years. For example, in 2011-12 every single capital city experienced negative growth while some regional locations had strong growth. Over the last couple of years, many of those same regional locations have seen markets retreat while some capital cities have seen growth. Capital cities such as Perth and Darwin continue a market decline while the likes of Brisbane and Adelaide have seen modest growth. It really has been a mixed bag!

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    We have found buying properties through Propertyology a seamless and straightforward experience as their due diligence is a highlight of their service.

    - by Propertyology
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    Here’s How Propertyology Can Help You

    - by Propertyology

    Meet the Propertyology team and learn more about how we can help you invest in the Australian property market.

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