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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Are landlords competing for tenants? At the moment, I’m seeing more and more property investors in the property market buying residential investment properties. On the other hand, not so many first home buyers buying their first home, especially compared to previous years. Without first home benefits such as the grant or stamp duty exemptions or […]
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The separation process in Australia comprises of three parts, being Divorce, Parenting arrangements, and Financial matters. Over the last two months we’ve written about divorce and parenting matters. We now finish up this mini-series by discussing about property division. When it comes to property, family law considers that everything owned by the parties, whether in … Continue reading “Divorce, Family, and Property – Property Division”