Looking back at the year that was, we reflect on the areas and suburbs that investors had to know more about.
When it comes to buying property, the best piece of advice is always location, location, location. If you buy in the wrong area, you could find yourself in a pickle.
Out of all of the hotspot articles we have published in 2017, we have found the ones that you find with the most interesting areas to invest into.
Here are the top 10 hotspot articles where investors have provided an insight into premium locations:
A new report has highlighted the property market in the ACT, showing which areas are currently hot and not for investors.
REA has released the REA Group Property Demand Index – June 2017, which reveals the Australian suburbs with highest demand.
Buyer’s agents from around Australia give their insights into how they think the market will shift this spring, highlighting one capital city’s property market at its strongest in 12 years.
A new research report has highlighted the rise in apartment prices in Pyrmont over the last decade, which will be compounded in the future with new infrastructure development planned.
Apartments in Melbourne’s inner circle of Footscray have become a hot ticket item for the younger generation.
The Darwin real estate market is formally on the rebound, with the latest data from the Real Estate Institute of Northern Territory (REINT) showing significant sales growth in the June 2017 quarter, according to one of the territory’s leading networks.
3. property that can save investors a year’s salary
Investors looking to purchase in Perth may be happy to know that when compared to prices last year, property values have fallen an equivalent of one year’s salary, according to one expert.
Domain Group have released their Domain Metro State of the Market Report, which reveals that median house prices mostly rose over the June quarter, while median house rates mostly held and rental prices eased off.
Domain Group has released its State of the Market Report – Regional, looking at activities in regional NSW to see how median house prices and rent prices are doing over the June quarter and the year to date.