The population density debate has created conflicts but also opportunities for investors. It’s about finding density-friendly locations and the ones where new infrastructure is being created.
Planning to invest in property before negative gearing perks could be capped by Labor on January 1, 2020? Here are 34 suburbs to consider.
With property prices falling in Sydney and Melbourne, this will be a tough year for investors. But there are still pockets of value, especially in Queensland.
From Avalon Beach to Box Hill, here are the Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Canberra suburb picks from the 2019 McGrath Report.
Newcastle and other large regional cities are some of the east coast’s best-performing property markets, due to the Sydney and Melbourne ripple effect.
There’s no need to settle for a poky studio even in one of the bigger cities. If you know where to look, you can find great value with the promise of strong growth.
If the number of residents under 19 and over 65 is decreasing faster than the state average, your suburb could be in the early stages of gentrification.
While prices may have soared out of reach in some locations, there are still exciting prospects in others – even in the same city. Using a tried-and-tested strategy, here are some winners for the years ahead.