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How to use property data effectively

By Tasha Levy 16 January 2020 | 1 minute read

The best investors understand that property data must be contextualised within an individual area over a long period of time in order to inform smart investment decisions.

Eliza Owen

Host Phil Tarrant is joined by data and analytics company CoreLogic Australia’s head of Australian research Eliza Owen on this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show. She provides insight into the macro factors affecting the national property market, how investors can ensure they make effective use of data, and how Australia compares to the rest of the world in terms of sophistication of property knowledge.

Eliza shares her forecasts for each of the capital cities over the next few years, predicting how factors such as infrastructure, population growth and interest rates will affect the growth in each area.

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How to use property data effectively
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