Jessica Carroll

How Property Management Benefits Investors

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Approaching the settlement of your property? This is the time for you to start thinking about property management. It’s usually something that most investors wouldn’t put much thought into. For many, their main focus is how much rent they will be achieving. Well, I want to highlight the importance of getting the right property manager, and what can happen if you don’t.

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Jack Guthrie

How education can bolster property prices

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There are a number of aspects that must be considered before buying into a market. After all every suburb is different and they hold aspects that can create or reduce property demand. A factor that is often overlooked is proximity to education facilities. Premier universities and schools attract demand from young home buyers and student demographics alike, as they seek to secure an opportunity to study at Australia’s most reputable tertiary institutions.

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Dominic Cavagnino

Why all the drama?

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The slowing of the Sydney property market has re-ignited the fears of a market crash. The words ‘property crash’ now ringing loud and clear as they hold a place in the title of every property related news report or article. It seems fitting that we provide some perspective and again, highlight that this is something we’ve seen many times before.

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Dominic Cavagnino

Gentrification by numbers

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A typical term used when talking Melbourne is gentrification, in some cases labeled as ‘trendification’. Gentrification is the blend of old and new and can be found in many suburbs within capital city inner rings. It has proven to be a primary driver for the transformation of certain suburbs away from the industrial or social housing background into thriving hubs of activity and lifestyle.

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Jack Guthrie

The balance of rental yield and potential capital growth

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First time and experienced property investors alike, often misjudge the significance of rental yields. They look for a market that they perceive will create strong capital growth and jump to conclusions about a property’s potential, overlooking its week to week costs. It is decisions like this that lead to ineffective investments and often cause buyers to offload their property before it can prove fruitful.

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Jack Guthrie

Where is the world’s most liveable suburb?

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When it comes to attractive cities, Melbourne possesses undeniable charm. A thriving economy, an exciting sporting scene and vibrant communal culture are just some of the factors that attract thousands of new residents to the Victorian capital every year. It’s no wonder that the city has topped The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) global liveability index for the last 7 years running. The EIU is a research and analysis division and a world leader in global business intelligence. Their yearly index ranks 140 of the top global city’s around the world, measuring them in accordance to their stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure.

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