Investment Property

Short-term letting strategies

In episode 4 of YIP Talk: we uncover short-term letting can be a hassle-free, end-to-end property management solutions for maximum profit

How to choose the best investment property

The key to investing success is choosing the best performing real estate to add to your portfolio – so you can pay off your own home in 10 years, not 30.

Perth improves – but is big growth expected?

The capital city sees its first quarterly increase in new lot sales in over a year – but is this a gentle recovery, or a sign that the market is set to soar?

Stamp duty triples in capital cities

The notorious levy has put a strain on property buyers in capital cities across the country, adding tens of thousands of dollars to a property’s final price

Low-end home sales "unchanged"

Despite an overall decline in dwelling values, home sales in the bottom end of the market across capital cities remain unmoved, CoreLogic reports

Affordable units in Canberra

The capital’s median unit price is growing, but some suburbs still have apartments selling for less

NSW to introduce Airbnb framework

The NSW government is set to launch a regulatory framework around short-term rental accommodation, including a mandatory code of conduct

How to Invest Like Harry Triguboff

He’s the biggest name in Australian property development and the country’s most successful property investor, but even “High-Rise Harry” Triguboff had to start somewhere.

WA introduces new planning reform

The WA government launches a new planning reform action plan, simplifying the state’s planning system and encouraging new businesses

Approvals for new loans jump

Despite the decline in housing credit growth, approvals for new loans increased, the Reserve Bank says

Cheap units in Brisbane suburbs

The capital city’s apartment prices are "sitting at 2013 levels," with 12 suburbs recording a median price of under $400,000

"Signs of strength" in WA market

Albany, Port Hedland, and Karratha have recorded positive results for the three months to June, despite challenging market conditions

Reverse mortgages hit lender hard

Falling housing values and a struggling reverse mortgage market have hurt mid-sized lender Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

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