When you’re purchasing an investment property, it’s the level of due diligence you do that will ultimately determine your success. It sounds simple, and it genuinely is – but that doesn’t necessarily mean it is easy.
If you’re in the market to buy property, you may have heard the term "cooling off period" thrown about. In a nutshell, the cooling-off period refers to the time during which you as the buyer may change their mind about a property purchase.
You’ve heard the old saying: when it comes to land, they’re not making any more of it.
In the months and years ahead, which areas of our capital cities do I believe will outperform the averages? Well, it's clear to me that it's the inner-suburban locations of our biggest cities that will continue to be in strong demand from buyers.
For some, just hearing the words "Sydney" and "Property" in the same sentence makes them cringe, while others will see dollar signs and opportunity.