Dec 02, 2019 Just because you have heard from a neighbour or friend that a certain area is a good investment, doesn’t mean you should dive in the market head-first. There are various steps you need to consider to determine whether the area is worth your time and hard-earned money
Investing in property in a regional area can be a more affordable prospect than in capital cities, but you should consider these five things before jumping into the ring
No one wants to lose their fortune in a property deal gone wrong. So, we asked an expert to share the crucial questions we need to ask, which can help you source the best investment property at the lowest price possible
Reaching almost 263,700 booked nights in January 2019, Melbourne's buzzing vibe and its culture capital status has made it one of the most profitable regions for short-term rentals in the country.
Increased connectivity and evolving technology has made ‘buying blind’ a more feasible prospect than ever before – but investing in a property without physically reviewing it is still a process that requires plenty of careful research.
Regional property is capturing investors’ attention as prices retract in many of the major capital cities. But before you join the throngs of buyers fleeing the metro’s borders, what are the risks to be aware of? Jacqueline So reports