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When Sydney property prices will fall

(A five minute read) We do need to look back at Sydney's over the last 40 years. Sydney has grown phenomenally over this time mostly due to immigration. Towns like Parramatta, Liverpool, Blacktown, Penrith and Campbelltown were swallowed up by the ever increasing boundaries of greater Sydney.  The once cheaper suburbs on thes...

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Hot Property - Unit 13, Limetree Waters East, 82-86 Limetree Parade, Runaway Bay, Qld

SWIMMING, FISHING, SAILING, MOTOR CRUISING OR SHOPPING YOU CHOOSE! THIS IS A DELIGHTFUL COMPLEX ON THE WATER IN A SPLENDID SECURITY ESTATE IN THE PRESTIGIOUS RUNAWAY BAY 'LIFESTYLE' SUBURB ON THE GOLD COAST. UNIT 13 Limetree Waters East , 82-86 Limetree Parade, Runaway Bay 3brm+Study, 2bth, 1Gar+1 Tandem parking. For only ...

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How you can get it right when the property experts get it wrong!

I have studied the research and the comments of many of  the experts and so often they get it wrong.  These experts take hold of historical data and believe that the property market is a smooth linear curve of troughs, corrections,growth and peaks. They seem to think that as property prices have started to increase the market must h...

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What will happen to the Australian property market in 2017

(A 5 minute Read) In the article I wrote last week entitled "What happened to the property market in 2016´ (click >>> PROPERTY 2016 if you have not read this information) I mentioned that for you to make money in property you need to understand: Macro and micro economics -  the property market do not operate i...

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What happened to the Australian property market in 2016

Most investors do not do property research correctly. Sadly, many investors prefer the "me-too" research method - "Every body is investing here, so it must be good". It is called the "follow the herd" mentality. If you do this you might as well take the advice from a real estate agent who wants to sell you the pr...

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