In an article for the website Property Update, Michael Matusik sheds light on how capital growth is relatable to a rise in household income, interest rates and the demand-supply dynamics, among other things.
In an article for the website Street News, Louis Christopher dissects asking prices, vendor activity, and a few myths like the “property bubble”, among other things.
Investors become wary when rental growth of their neighbourhood begins to doze off or when rental yields for their city/state begin to suffer in general. However, such things may at large be beyond their control. What is certainly within their direct control is that their tenants do not rob them off or even behave in a frivolous manner. There are certain set of rules each investor (also likely to be a landlord) must observe.
No game is short of its share of villains and the great game called the property market also has its fair share of real estate agents who ply their trade dubiously. In an article for the website Smart Property Investment, Stefanie Garber talks about how they conspire along with the sellers to inflate prices of the properties.
It is any investor’s dream to buy in an area which has historically registered smart capital growth. Add to this the time-tested principles of buying in a fast-developing neighbourhood and moving in sync with shifting paradigms- proximity to urban location, cafe culture, among other things. This said, the importance of researching median prices cannot be overestimated. After all, it gives you a rather precise idea of how property is priced for the given area.
Michael Yardney produces yet another interesting article for the Property update where he devotes a few lines to build up the rivalry between Sydneysiders and Melburnians. Quite true actually; Sydney will contest with Melbourne over the taste of coffee, weather, sports venues and what not. Let me however come to the central point the article speaks on- priorities of the buyers in two capital cities while hunting for houses.