Dominic Cavagnino

TAKE ACTION TO SECURE YOUR FUTURE

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We often find ourselves discussing the financial gap between someone’s current financial position and what is required for them to retire comfortably. The calculations take into consideration current income producing assets and the ideal annual spending figure needed throughout retirement. Generally, this results in a figure which exceeds $1 million and for many is seemingly unsurmountable.

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Could It Really Be?

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On October 7th the ‘Sydney Morning Herald’ released an article preaching that ‘if you wanted to become an investor, you need to stop reading the media headlines’. An ironic headline from one of Australia’s leading media outlets who in the past few months have published the below articles:

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Understanding Value

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As an investor your ability to distinguish between good value and cheap property can be instrumental in your property selection. Understanding value is vital in purchasing the right property which in-turn can help to maximise your exit strategy and potential capital appreciation. Our research model is in place to ensure our property approval process acknowledges high quality properties which justifiably have a premium price.

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60 MINUTES- BRICKS AND SLAUGHTER- SENSATIONALISM VS REALITY

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Much talk has been made over the sensationalist 60 Minutes segment on the Australian property market, with the name very much hinting at what was to come, ‘Bricks and slaughter’. The report which dramatically told the story of all the risks and external factors which can affect the property market has been heavily scrutinized by many leading research firms in the country. It’s one-sided nature and extreme concepts are typical of fear mongering. We’d like to weigh in on the conversation and once again, bring some perspective to the situation.

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Jack Guthrie

Clearance Rates: Melbourne Holding Strong

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Melbourne and Sydney are Australia’s biggest cities by a long shot. Both hold roughly 5 million residents, they attract our highest rates of tourism and are internationally renowned. Unfortunately, because they are the most well-known, the mainstream media throws both property markets into the same bucket when assessing. Sensationalist reports roll the two together to make broad brush predictions. In reality, the Sydney and Melbourne property markets are vastly different, they have different levels of population growth, different economies and they contrast in geography. As a result, the markets are currently both at very different stages.

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Brisbane: Following in Sydney’s Footsteps

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The trend of Brisbane’s counter cyclical relationship with Sydney continues, while one flourishes the other is subdued. The recent slowing of the Sydney market has seen prices fall up to 12% over the last few quarters. Ultimately, this slow-down is a result of the unsustainable rise in Sydney’s property prices. ‘The fear of missing out’ can be attributed to much of the excess growth with premium prices being paid as a result of fear and emotion.

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Jack Guthrie

Commercial vs Residential Property

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Keen investors contact us daily with queries about the property market. They are interested in where the markets are at, where they are going and where they should be investing. Along with these queries comes the question of whether to invest in residential or commercial property. We love both property types, but they have a lot of variables that set them apart as investment prospects.

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