Melbourne Property Market 2017
Written on the 15 October 2017 by James Cagney
Over the last six months i have released valuable property information on the Melbourne property market. Newspapers have been under severe financial duress due to the lack of advertising funds and the event of on-line news and advertising through Google and other service providers. Most have laid off a large number of journalists so many of the editors in these newspapers and other media rely on press releases sent to them by real estate agents, builders and property developers for their information. The information published below is based on sound research . I have given my readers an unbiased opinion for the areas below:
The Victorian government has at last decided to share the spoils from privatization and the sale of State assets with "Regional Victoria. To find out what they have promised click >>> REGVIC.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported that the annual home prices in Victoria rose 13.4% and the median price at the end of March 2017 is $708,000. Therefore the FHOG threshold of $750,000 makes it still possible for first home buyers to get into the market.
By studying this series of REPORTS you would have gained valuable insights into the Melbourne property market not revealed to date by local real estate agents and property spruikers. Find out the truth about the Melbourne property market before you leap recklessly into the market and live to regret that decision for a long time. Be informed. Be prepared!. Take action. Click on the links for the valuable Property Reports above.
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This is not financial advice. You should not act solely on the basis of the material contained in this article for your investment strategies. Changes in government and legislation occur frequently and without prior notice and financial markets are unpredictable.
This information was written and compiled by James Cagney. The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of his associates including Asset Finance Pty Ltd.
Author: James Cagney