Kevin’s Update

  CoreLogic has released its latest Pain and Gain Property Report which measures the profits and losses of property sellers and while some have made losses, there have been some spectacular gains and Tim Lawless tells us where that has happened.   Transcript: Kevin:  This week saw the release...

[flex_video widescreen="true" vimeo="true"] [/flex_video]   Melbourne’s bridesmaid suburbs are an attractive prospect according to the State’s Real Estate Institute. The Real Estate Institute of Victoria is calling on investors to consider suburbs just outside blue-chip addresses. This is good advice for any investor looking at cap city...

  Some win, some lose in Australia’s big apartment crunch and we identify a big winner as being Wooloongabba. We catch up with one of Australasia’s most successful property developers, Nando Pellicano, to find out why he is so impressed with this Brisbane suburb. Transcript: Kevin:  Woolloongabba is thought...

  An abandoned house, a missing owner, a mysterious squatter could add up to a young banker taking ownership of a million-dollar home without paying a cent. We catch up with a prominent property lawyer, George Vlahakis, who says it could happen. Transcript: Kevin:  A really interesting story I...

  Investors and foreign buyers of Australian residential property are being hit hard by two forces, with the apartment market already feeling the heat. While money is cheap, getting access to funds is getting more difficult for local investors and foreign buyers. Foreign buyers are also...

  With today’s low interest rates and cheap debt, many investors are finding themselves in a favourable cashflow position. But as the banks tighten their purse strings, investors need to think outside the square when it comes to gearing into further properties. So we give you...

[flex_video widescreen="true" vimeo="true"] [/flex_video] Michael answers Amanda’s question… “I bought an apartment in Hawthorn 8 years ago for $375,000 and today it’s worth around $500,000. It needs around $35,000 spent on renovations as it’s getting tired. I’m disappointed with it’s capital growth over the last 8...

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