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  • Houses vs apartments – which is the better investment? It’s a debate that’s been raging amongst property investors for years – which is the better investment, a house or an apartment? Median price gro...

  • According to Master Builders Australia, the next three years should see in excess of 200,000 new properties under construction. With all these new developments under way, opportunities to purchase uni...

  • One of the biggest mistakes people make is believing that any property is a good investment opportunity. Many operate under the misconception that there will be little or no risk to their money if the...

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Interest rates are now at their lowest point for several decades. Property listings are up – despite the traditionally quiet winter months – and auction clearance rates and private treat...

  • Welcome to our September newsletter It looks like we’re in for a flying start on the spring auction season this year, with some of our property markets remaining surprisingly active during the traditi...

  • When was the last time you evaluated the rental value of your investment property? To keep up with market trends, it pays to review the rental value of your property on a regular basis. If it’s been a...

  • So you’ve done all the legwork and located the perfect property purchase. The problem is, if the property is going to auction, finding the right place to purchase is only half the battle. The auction ...

  • In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of granny flats being built across the country. Traditionally, the granny flat was a great way of taking care of ageing parents, but these day...

  • You spend a lot of time and effort searching for the perfect property to buy. When you find the right one, it can be very exciting and you can even fall in love! Buying a property can be a very emotio...

  • If you are going through the property buying process for the first time, you may think that conveyancing is just another formality and expense that complicates the purchasing process. In fact, a good ...

  • Welcome to our April newsletter The Housing Industry Association Summer Report indicated that housing starts increased by 11.7 per cent to 161,970 during 2012/13, following two consecutive years of de...

  • Welcome to our March newsletter The decision came as no surprise to market analysts, who expect the RBA to continue their policy of low interest rates for the remainder of 2014. In his statement after...

  • Welcome to our July newsletter With the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) still assessing the effects of previous rate cuts, the central bank decided to leave the official cash rate on hold at a histori...

  • Welcome to our February newsletter Just as many leading economists predicted, the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to leave the cash rate on hold at 3.0 per cent at its February meeting. As the effec...

  • Welcome to our January newsletter With the New Year upon us, it?s time to reflect on 2012 and think about what we wish to achieve over the coming 12 months. The New Year is the perfect time to evaluat...

  •   Welcome to our December newsletter Mortgage holders and home buyers received an early Christmas present this year, with the Reserve Bank slashing 25 basis points off the official cash rate and ...

  • Welcome to our November newsletter Just as Green Moon was a surprise winner on Melbourne Cup Day, the Reserve Bank’s decision to leave rates on hold at 3.25 per cent left many industry pundits shocked...

  • Welcome to our October newsletter  With the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) lowering the cash rate by 25 basis points at its October meeting and fixed rate home loans at a five year low, now could be ...

  • Welcome to our September newsletter Home buyers and investors alike could snag themselves a bargain this spring, with early forecasts flagging suppressed property prices and lower mortgage rates over ...

  • Welcome to our August newsletter Earlier this month, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) chose to leave the official cash rate on hold at 3.50 per cent, taking a ‘wait and see’ approach to rates, as m...

  • Welcome to our July newsletter A shaky few months have seen many would-be home buyers and investors sitting on the sidelines, waiting patiently for some economic certainty to arrive. Thankfully, July ...

  • Welcome to our June newsletter The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) this month cut the official cash rate by 25 basis points, the second consecutive rate reduction this year, marking a 0.75 per cent re...

  • Welcome to our May newsletter The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) this month cut the official cash rate by 0.5 per cent, the biggest cut seen since the GFC-fuelled one per cent rate reduction in Febru...

  • Welcome to our April newsletter The start of the year might have been rocky, but 2012 might just prove to be a year of stabilisation – welcome news for home buyers and investors alike. For the third c...

  • Welcome to our March newsletter As we head into autumn, the outlook for the Australian economy appears to be reasonably favourable. But let’s not kid ourselves: while the domestic economy seems to be ...

  • Our February 2012 Newsletter is now out. In this issue I cover: – Property Vs. Shares – House and Land Considerations – Getting to Know non-Banks Welcome to our February newsletter, ...

  • Hello Fans, Followers, and Family of LMM! By now you may be familiar with my Monthly Newsletter which focuses on the latest news, trends, and happenings in the financial world. To round out the inform...

  • Our January 2012 Newsletter is now out....

  • If you’ve been toying with the idea of purchasing an investment property or adding to your portfolio as part of your New Year wish-list, the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS)

  • Even with an uncertain economy, rental yields are still expected to continue to increase in most capital cities....

  • We'd just like to officially welcome you to our brand new Website and hope you find the information useful and practical. If you have ANY questions at all please don't hesitate to contact us anytime. ...

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