In a previous article I wrote about the dangers of the current market resulting in lower rents for property investors. Here’s an interesting story about challenges faced by investors in an ‘over’ supply of vacant rental properties. Clients of mine recently completed the purchase of an off-the-plan apartment. Like many other people who also had […]
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Back in 2008, there was a fairly significant increase in the number of first home buyers in the market. At the time, interest rates were low (comparable to what they are today), the First Home Owners Grant was at $21,000, and the exemption for stamp duty applied to all homes, not just new homes. Since […]
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What can I do if I’m buying or selling property in November or December? I’ve been writing about the issues of buying or selling property between mid-November and throughout December. In these transactions, the standard 42 day settlement period which appears in the Contract of Sale of Land means the completion date falls anywhere between […]
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