Finance

When it comes to property, men have a higher tendency to gamble and are more easily manipulated while women are usually extra cautious, seeking low-risk and long-term sustainable capital growth. That is according to RiskWise Property Review. Vanessa Jones from RiskWise picks up on that...

How do you go about getting into property with little or no cash?  Should you even try to do it?  Is this a good time or a bad time?  So many questions that we put to Nhan Nguyen. Transcript: Kevin:  So, you’d like to get into property,...

Investors often wait until the end of the financial year to take advantage of depreciation and the other deductions they are entitled to, but there is a method which allows investors to receive their deductions more regularly.  Brad Beer tells us about a Pay As...

With an increasing amount of building and construction around Australia, more buyers are needing to fund new house and land packages.  It is also an affordability consideration and as such it is attracting many first home buyers.  We look at the funding requirements from the...

 Transcript: Do not mistake a bank valuation or a real estate appraisal of the value of your property as true ‘market value’. Watch this video from Kevin Turner as he share his insights on how to accurately estimate the true market value of a property. The true...

Rental yields are on the improve especially in Melbourne.  Cate Bakos says the competition for rental properties is really heating up. Transcript: Kevin:  There have been some mixed stories about the Melbourne market in recent times, but some good news emerging. Cate Bakos from Cate Bakos Buyer’s...

Rental prices for the December quarter demonstrated that Australia’s capital city markets are operating on different property cycles, as Sydney unit rental prices ease slightly, while Canberra and Hobart markets continue to grow, according to Domain’s quarterly Rental Report. Dr Nicola Powell, Domain’s Data Scientist...

Nationally, the vast majority of flipped properties were sold for a profit last year.  That is according to the first Core Logic report created on flipped properties.  Cameron Kusher gives us more detail. Transcript: Kevin:  One of the things that always fascinates me is about the renovation...

Federal Labor is attacking negative gearing again with assertions about how it is responsible for growing property prices.  Brian White joins us to set the record straight. Transcript: Kevin:  Here we go again, more talk about negative gearing and fiddling around the edges. We really need to...

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