Dominic Cavagnino

Where to now for Perth’s property market?

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Perth’s economy, arguably Australia’s largest benefactor from the most recent resources boom, has struggled to maintain the rate of growth set between 2003 and 2011. The property market has performed similarly, feeling the effects of a rising unemployment rate and loss of consumer confidence. As at September 2017, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) indicated that Perth’s median house price was $500,000, a 10% fall from three years prior.

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Jack Guthrie

An Outlook for the Gold Coast Property Market in 2018

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Australia’s sixth largest city and the home of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the Gold Coast is one of Australia’s emerging markets. The Gold Coast enjoyed several fruitful years because of significant investment in the region in preparation for the Commonwealth Games. In the past the performance of the Gold Coast property market was very segmented. The Surfer Paradise region became very volatile, with sharp spikes in over and under-supply reflecting peaks and troughs in median prices.

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Jack Guthrie

3 benefits of buying a brand-new property

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Purchasing a brand-new investment property can be an exciting prospect. You are the first owner of a property and get the opportunity to create strong capital gains. However, the idea of investing in a brand-new property can scare some buyers as they perceive the process as a risk. Being the first owner carries a number of benefits not offered to those buying second hand properties.

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Dominic Cavagnino

Investing in the Right Property – Part 2

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Essentially, the factors discussed in part one will maximise your exit strategy and impact your capital appreciation. Broadly speaking, if a property ticks the boxes of quality, design, amenity and transport, naturally it will inherit strong rental demand. The remaining two factors determine your ability to hold on to the asset and the purchase costs of your property.

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Dominic Cavagnino

Investing in the Right Property – Part 1

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Understanding what the right property means isn’t as straightforward as going for the best dwelling in the suburb to get maximum appeal, or the worst dwelling in the suburb to get the best bargain. The selection of a specific property involves a more intricate process of determining a deeper sense of the underlying demand, now and in the future. In finding the right market, larger regional dynamics were considered. In finding the right property, the dwelling itself will be considered as well as its immediate surrounds. The micro-factors of our research model address the six key components to be considered when assessing a property. This is our way of determining the right property within a market.

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Dr Tony Hayek

Brand new vs second hand

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The age of a property is one of the most overlooked factors when investors make their purchases, although the impact this has on a long-term strategy is huge. Properties can be purchased at many stages of their lifecycle; the strategies for each of these life stages vary considerably and can yield different results from day one.

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Jack Guthrie

Australian property: a long term strategy

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Among investors there seems to be a preconception that Sydney is consistently Australia’s fastest growing property market. In more recent times, this would be correct. Over the past five years Sydney has performed the strongest with dwelling values growing 64.4%. Over the long term, between 2003 and 2018, Melbourne comes up on top – growing a mammoth 335% (Sydney was second, growing at 239%). Although these results speak for themselves, a large portion of Australia’s investors are reluctant to look outside of the Sydney market.

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Frank Paul

The Importance and Value of Suburb Selection

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There are three primary points of research that feed into an investment property decision. The selection of your primary market (or city), the selection of your suburb and then the selection of your entry point into that suburb (the actual investment). Of these three layers of consideration, suburb selection is the most important decision and the one that has the most impact on good or poor long-term outcomes.

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