Is population growth as important as people think?

By Tasha Levy 27 April 2020 | 1 minute read

According to Propertyology’s head of research, the widely believed notion that population growth is the most critical factor for successful investing is simply untrue.

Simon Pressley

Simon Pressley joins host Phil Tarrant on this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show to explain how he came to realise that there’s more to demand than property growth, why he wants to dispel this myth, and which other attributes have more influence over property prices.

Simon breaks down the notion of population behaviour, analyses Brisbane’s growth as a case study, and suggests how this knowledge can help investors identify new markets.

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A population is a group of individuals who are inhabitants of a particular location, region or country.

Is population growth as important as people think?
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