Melbourne & Victorian Property Update

What will Property Prices look like at Victoria + Melbourne 10 million Mr Reardon told Williams Media “there is still very strong population growth in Melbourne at 2.3 per cent and Sydney at 1.6 per cent, at least double what the average is in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development member countries.” “While we are […]

Why invest or live in the City of Wyndham

  Interesting read as to how the purchase price of Lots continues to grow (contrary to media hype) adding value to you the home buyer or investor more per annum. With a planned doubling of population in the Western Growth Corridor land values can only keep going up on the back of a growing demand, […]

Peter Switzer says “Eat my shorts you negative nannies!”

“Eat my shorts you negative nannies!”  We are doing far better than you are reporting … Peter Switzer never fails to impress or amuse us and his latest article is a must read. We have paraphrased it here – while hopefully not breaching any copyright laws   The Oz economy is looking a lot better […]

Sydney Investors

Why Sydney investors are Investing outside of Sydney Rental Vacancy rates in Sydney are at a 13-year high, property values have also recently peaked meaning Sydney does not present as a sound investment opportunity for your Dollar. Adding to this, rent as a percentage of the value of the property has also dropped on the […]

Yarrabend, Australia’s most liveable Suburb

Melbourne’s Yarrabend suburb to become World’s Most Liveable Suburb   Melbourne is well known as the world’s most liveable city and will soon be home to the world’s most liveable suburb According to Melbourne-based property group Glenvill, the answer is yes, this new suburb in Melbourne’s northeast will change living as Melbournians know it A […]

Melbourne’s Population Growth and Movement into Regional Cities

Population Movement Driving Property Growth in Regional Cities   Melbourne’s nation-leading population boom has been a popular property and economic narrative over the past five years, with an explosion of key sectors such as tertiary education, allied medical services, services industries driving migration and a global push towards the service-sector economy. This is creating a […]

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