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7 Property Trends that will shape 2017! Two experts give their views

This month I’ve invited 2 of our regular experts to the show to discuss the trends that will shape our property markets in 2017.

If we learned anything last year it was to expect the unexpected and we’ve already had some surprises this year.

I’m sure you’ll get great benefit from this program as I speak with:

Michael Yardney, of Metropole Property Strategists who’s recently once again been voted Australia’s leading property investment adviser.

And…

Ken Raiss, who is a CPA and director of Metropole Wealth Advisory

Some of the trends we discuss include:

  • House prices will increase but more slowly than last year
  • Interest rates will increase
  • There will be a lot more talk about housing affordability
  • Foreign Buyers Aren’t Going Away
  • Apartment oversupply in some cities
  • Global Political Uncertainty
  • There will be fewer properties for sale

2 Comments

  1. Chinese wont let us buy thier homes Reply

    “Foreign Investment” – aka chinese investors should not be able to park thier cash in Assies Homes!
    It’s destroying it for those trying to get in or Assies invessting in Property via thier Super Fund.

    Chinese should only be allowed to park thier cash into Commercial or Industrial property

    In the East of Syd and Melb – go to the auctions in the decent suburbs and its only them buying !

    1. Michael Yardney Reply

      Remember that foreign investors `can only buy new properties. And many but in those large CB complexes that make terrible investments This means they are not competing with what yo or I would buy.
      Those buying in the established suburbs may be of Asian origin, but they must ne Australian residents to purchase established properties

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