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Emma Ryan

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Emma Ryan is the deputy head of content at Momentum Media.

Emma has worked for Momentum Media since 2015, and has since been responsible for breaking some of the biggest stories in corporate Australia, including across the legal, mortgages, real estate and wealth industries. In addition, Emma has launched several additional sub-brands and events, driven by a passion to deliver quality and timely content to audiences through multiple platforms.

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Investors on the hunt for better deals

Investors on the hunt for better deals

New research has shown that more than a third of investors would consider refinancing to a new lender to secure interes...
Auction volumes and clearance rates record uptick

Auction volumes and clearance rates record uptick

Data for the three months to September show that there has been an increase in both auction volumes and clearance rate...
Perth’s fastest-selling suburbs uncovered

Perth’s fastest-selling suburbs uncovered

New data has shown that Perth houses collectively sold 27 days quicker in September. Which suburbs are most in demand? ...
Investors gear up for Christmas portfolio expansion

Investors gear up for Christmas portfolio expansion

With just over two months to go, investors are ramping up their investment strategy as a way to take advantage of low ra...
The challenges affecting the rental sector revealed

The challenges affecting the rental sector revealed

A new report has delved into the headwinds affecting tenants at present, with 40 per cent of renters saying they can’...
Units take price hit as rental value decreases

Units take price hit as rental value decreases

New research by Domain has found that unit asking rents have seen the steepest annual fall nationally since 2004. ...
Why property investing should be thought of as a business

Why property investing should be thought of as a business

Many people lose sight on why they want to become a successful property investor. Here’s why it’s important to view ...
How to avoid overcapitalising on your investment property

How to avoid overcapitalising on your investment property

Overcapitalising on your investment property can be an easy trap to fall into, writes Lynette Manciameli. ...
‘Exodus’ of Sydney tenants trends upwards

‘Exodus’ of Sydney tenants trends upwards

Fresh research from the Real Estate Institute of NSW has provided insight into Sydney’s rising vacancy rate, with mo...
Why having a purpose is paramount as a property investor

Why having a purpose is paramount as a property investor

Understanding the key reasons as to why you want to invest in property has become even more integral in the age of COVI...
Why haven’t property markets crashed?

Why haven’t property markets crashed?

Despite the current climate, property markets have remained remarkably resilient, writes Dominic Cavagnino. ...
Landmark judgment invalidates apartment building ban on pets

Landmark judgment invalidates apartment building ban on pets

A decision by the NSW Court of Appeal to allow pets in a high-rise is set to have major ramifications for corporations a...
Property renos hit 4-year high

Property renos hit 4-year high

New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that the value of home renovations has risen to its highest leve...
State-by-state comparison: Why Perth’s office market is outshining the rest

State-by-state comparison: Why Perth’s office market is outshining t...

Moves by the WA government during the coronavirus pandemic have set the state up for greater prosperity, especially when...
Spike in owner-occupier demand fuelling mortgage approval rates

Spike in owner-occupier demand fuelling mortgage approval rates

An unprecedented spike in owner-occupied demand has lifted the value of home loan approvals to a record high, the latest...

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