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Dodgy property research published through the media

I have been researching the northern suburbs of Melbourne so I can send you the last in the series on the Melbourne property market. This was an area I was not totally familiar with so I reached out to the Internet. What I found was a huge amount of articles published by Melbourne newspapers and on the internet on the huge potential of the area....

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Suburbs near top schools are growing exponentially

(A three minute read) Recent articles from The Real Estate Conversation has shown what I have been advocating over the last few months that suburbs in Melbourne and Sydney  close to good public and private schools are enjoying the highest capital growth and rentals : An article in The Economy reports: The capital growth of pr...

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Part 2: Valuable lessons from the Census - Housing Supply & Trends

(A four minute read) HOUSING SUPPLY AND TRENDS Between 2011 and 2016, the median household income rose by 16% (or 3.2% per annum) to $74,500 per annum. This was slightly above the official consumer price index (CPI). Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe has identified low wage growth as one of the key risks to the Australian economy,...

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Valuable property lessons from the latest Census

(A three minute read) Following the release of the last Census held in December 2016 and the data released in June 2017 the population of Australia has increased to 24,381,000 (24,4 million) people. That is an annual increase of 372,000 people per Annam over a five year period. 

At December 2016 the States & Territories were...

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Melbourne Middle-ring Suburbs

(A two  minute read) The latest data released reveals that Melbourne's property market is beginning to outpace Sydney's, and the experts believe this trend will continue as affordability, higher interest rates and migration patterns come into play. In June according to CoreLogic., Melbourne's median dwelling price ros...

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