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Smart Property Investment’s inaugural Fast 50 Report has received massive coverage from the national media.
Over 75 different national and local television, print, online and radio news sources showed
Smart Property Investment’s Fast 50 Report has received massive coverage from the national mediaan interest in the report, which lists the fastest growing locations for 2012 and beyond from a panel of property experts.
The report received exposure from ABC radio, SBS, Sydney Morning Herald, Sky News, Channel Ten and Property Observer.
Canberra and Gladstone topped the list of public interest.
Despite a patchwork market, there are still plenty of opportunities on offer for astute property investors, Smart Property Investment editor Phillip Tarrant said.
"Capital growth is no longer a given when it comes to investing in real estate, but that's not to say it's not achievable either," he said.
"We're moving into a new era for property in Australia and investors will need to do their homework and buy strategically in order to secure the best returns.
"Certainly capital cities can be a good, safe investment, but for investors chasing more lucrative returns, strong, diverse regional centres are proving a very popular choice among the experts, largely due to their lower buy-in costs and more attractive rental yields - as well as great potential for price growth.”
For the full 2012 Fast 50 Report pick up the latest issue of Smart Property Investment, on newsstands now.
Media coverage of Smart Property Investment's Fast 50 report from across the country
Sydney Morning Herald, ‘ACT tops property hot spots’ click here
Mudgee Guardian, ‘Mudgee included in Top 50 growth areas’ click here
AdelaideNow, ‘SA 'a top property hot spot' click here