Daniel Joseph

Give Them What They Want

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One of the great messages from our seminars is simple: don’t think about what YOU want when purchasing an investment property, think about what the world will look like when it comes to sell in the future. While we can’t accurately predict exact future circumstances, we are witnessing a significant shift in Australians’ attitudes towards housing that will present a markedly different housing dynamic in the future. Blue Wealth is currently recommending, not exclusively of course, established inner city areas close to amenities and lifestyle drivers.

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High Interest Rates a Potential Positive for Australia?

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It’s been almost five years since the Lehman Brothers collapse kicked off the GFC and sent the world’s financial markets into chaos. To date there has been over $12 trillion worth of stimulus and 515 rate cuts by the world’s central banks in response to increased unemployment and negative growth. However, things seem to be taking a turn for the better: American real estate is recording positive growth; Germany is having a change of heart towards austerity; and the structural demographic shifts around the rise in the Asian middle class means consumption and demand is driving economic growth.

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Family Ties

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Looking at the 2011 census from a property perspective provides a fascinating insight into how we’re living. As of the 2011 census there were 21,507,717 Australians, with 5,684,062 families and an average of 1.9 children per family. Looking at this in more detail, the census has information on the relationships we share with those we live with. The most popular relationship is that of husband and wife (with 7.6 million Australians). Next was ‘child under the age of 15’ i.e. dependents (3.6 million), then lone persons (1.9 million – almost one in ten), followed by de facto relationships (1.4 million) then non-dependent children (1.1 million).

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Cheer up, Australia

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According to an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) survey Australia is the world’s happiest nation, beating all of the 36 countries that partake in the index. The OECD measures the happiness of countries by collecting data over 11 categories for its Better Life Index.

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How do the rich keep getting richer…

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Yesterday some of you might have read the article by Peter Martin on the SMH website stating that to be considered uber-rich you need to earn in excess of $688,700 in Australia. Earning this much places you in the top 0.1% of the population, while earning over $1,000,000 placed you in the top 0.05%. The article also found that since the 1980s in about almost every English-speaking country the inequality between the rich widened each and every year. The recent GFC wiped out the wealth of many people and even bankrupted many rich people in the upper income brackets. Under normal circumstances income inequality should shrink, not expand. How are the rich getting richer?

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