I don’t like the term ‘hotspots’. For mine, it doesn’t really ring true when it comes to property. There are very few instances in which investment ‘heat’ is induced to a very specific location.
If you encountered gremlins during my recent chat with Daniel Holden of Holden Capital, their website is now fixed, and you can go here to listen:
This is a sample of what is dished up to southern investors.
I like to use three boxes to explain most things residential. They are known as The 4s.
Here’s what some 600 Australian property investors think. Most important things when buying new property? Folks were asked to number their top five things.
We have an indicator that tells us about Australia’s housing demand. It is our ‘pulse’ gauge. It shows when housing need will be growing and when such demand will be less. Most importantly, it works.
Let’s lay it on the line, shall we? We believe that anyone digging in their heels to protect past property mentalities is in for a surprise. Post this cycle, we believe the Australian real estate market is likely to slow down, possibly significantly.
The housing affordability debate is starting to leap all over the joint – from quips about breakfast options to now, a blame game.So, I want to outline, in plain speak, why dwelling prices are so high.
So, what do we look for when assessing an investment orientated residential project or dwelling product?
Fast facts about baby boomers – who they are; a brief description of typical baby boomer buyer wants; their housing considerations; preferences; and what most buy.