Surely one of Australia’s most successful investors has snuck a holiday home (or even two) into his portfolio at some stage? It had never really crossed my mind, so I had never had the chance to ask Michael Yardney this question. It was only recently when we were sitting with a few of our clients in Brisbane
Ever wondered what are the top performing Brisbane suburbs for capital growth? The Domain Group has recently released a list of the top performing Brisbane suburbs over the last decade. And the winners are… But, how does that compare to the Brisbane averages? Well back in 2008, the median Brisbane house price was around $420,000.
With leading Economists tipping Brisbane to lead the nation for capital growth over the next few years, I suggest you do your research before jumping on in! BIS Schrapnel has predicted 13% growth for Brisbane out until 2021 and a recent report by QBE Insurance has predicted 11%. Whatever the outcome, it is clear that
While many of Australia’s property markets have been experiencing falling property values over the last year the Brisbane market has remained relatively steady. But many are forecasting Brisbane to be one of the strongest property markets over the next few years, including Trent Wiltshire – economist at Domain and author of their Property Price Forecast report who Brisbane property
With another year coming to an end and the prospects of an interesting year ahead for property investors I’d like to share two property investment tips and two success tips I would have liked to learn earlier in life. Two property tips 1. Location does 80% of the heavy lifting of your property portfolio. Speculators
With a glut of apartments on the market in Brisbane, investors in this market don’t have scarcity on their side. In fact, the large number of properties still coming out of the ground will flood the already saturated market dampening capital growth and rental growth for the next few years. Therefore, it’s even more important
Is the Brisbane economy really picking up? And if so, what does this mean for our property markets? A little over 12 months ago, many of the leading indicators of the Brisbane property market were starting to turn around. At the time people were just starting to return to the sunshine state after a period