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  We are going to kick the year off with some very sound advice from Michael Yardney as he talks about the 12 important lessons for property investors in 2017. Smart investors are always learning and undertaking personal development. The property markets are dynamic, so dynamic in...

Brad Beer answers a complex question from Grant Campbell about property depreciation and capital gain. Transcript: Kevin:  I have a question now from Grant Campbell. Thank you very much for your question, Grant. It’s directed at Brad Beer from BMT Tax Depreciation. He joins me on the...

We are going to kick the year off with some very sound advice from Michael Yardney as he talks about the 12 important lessons for property investors in 2017. Smart investors are always learning and undertaking personal development. The property markets are dynamic, so dynamic...

[flex_video widescreen="true" vimeo="true"] [/flex_video] Transcript When it comes to buying a property, you should never rely on verbal agreements. All property transactions must be recorded on a legal contract and include any special conditions or inclusions. This includes listing your property as a seller.  Having a listing...

[flex_video widescreen="true" vimeo="true"] [/flex_video] Transcript Do not mistake a bank valuation or a real estate appraisal of the value of your property as the ‘market value’. The true value of your property is what a willing and able buyer is prepared to pay and what a serious...

  President of the Real Estate Agents Buyers Association thinks that successful investors will need to curb any short term thinking next year because they will need to start thinking about where the best returns will be in the next 10 years not just next year...

  In his column in Switzer, John McGrath discusses the top 10 suburbs for price growth.  HERE’S WHAT HE HAD TO SAY: At the end of 2015, it looked like the Sydney property market was finally slowing down.  Clearance rates had slipped back into the 50% range and investor activity had declined due to...

  Housing affordability and the high cost of relocation will see a lot more people opt to stay put and renovate according to Cherie Barber. Cherie talks about the renovation trends we will see in 2017.   Transcript: Kevin:  Just what’s on the horizon for renovators? We could get...

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