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Melbourne South-East Suburbs property market

(A four minute worthwhile read for investors) Following the release of Census data at December 2016 the total population was 24,381,000. The biggest average annual growth over the 5 years was for Victoria (+147,600), followed by New South W ales (+116,400), Queensland (+70,500), Western Australia (+16,800); South Australia (+10,300); ACT ...

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How will the recent Victoria's budget affect property prices

The First Home Owner Grant (FHOG) has increased from $10,000 to $20,000 for new homes built in regional Victoria (see below) and value up to $750,000. The $20,000 FHOG will apply for contracts signed from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2020. Eligible first-home buyers of new homes in metropolitan Melbourne will continue to receive the $10,000 FHOG. ...

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How will the recent NSW budget affect property prices

(A one minute read) As many of you know the New South Wales state government budget was recently announced . The good news for NSW residents in 18 suburbs and towns, is that they will be getting a new or upgraded hospital. They also announced major expenditure on roads, schools and social services. This was made possible through the capit...

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Melbourne North-West suburbs property market

MELBOURNE NORTH WEST  TO BACCHUS MARSH (30 to 60km) (a 3 minute read) In this report I will cover the suburbs north of the M8 and west of the Melbourne Tullamarine Airport: including Keilor, Caroline Springs, Sydenham, Taylors Lakes, Melton, and Kurunjang to Bacchus Marsh. The Keilor, Caroline Springs, Sydenham, Taylors Lakes subur...

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Melbourne Westen suburbs property market

(A 4 minute read) This is the area of greatest expansion in Victoria. Numerous large multinational and local developers have shown their commitment to this area. The councils in this area are competing with one another and readily approving new land developments. The expanding population are buying into this area because it offers affordabl...

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