How The 2016 Census Tells A Story About The Property Market

How The 2016 Census Tells A Story About The Property Market One of the key factors in determining trends in house prices is to look at population growth and distribution. With the 2016 Australian census data now published, it helps buyers, sellers and investors to get a clear picture of what population statistics are actually [...]

By | June 30th, 2017|Blog Posts, Buying Property|0 Comments

A Millennial Approach To Home Ownership

A Millennial Approach To Home Ownership The Sydney property market has been booming for over a decade now. Real estate prices have risen sharply. This has put a lot of strain on young people and families to achieve the dream of home ownership. One of the biggest problems is coming up with the deposit. The [...]

By | June 1st, 2017|Blog Posts, Buying Property|0 Comments

How the latest budget will affect housing affordability?

The Australian housing market has been a political issue for many years now. Affordability has declined throughout the entire country and it is no longer just young families that are struggling. First time buyers and even well paid professionals are all having the same problem: suitable properties are practically unaffordable and hard to find. In [...]

By | May 19th, 2017|Buying Property|0 Comments

Here are some Sydney suburbs that are worth buying into

Property prices in Sydney are booming. Recording a whopping 19.2% increase over the last year, it’s one of the largest increases in the last 10 years. This is why more and more of us are turning our attention to Sydney's suburbs in search of a property investment. To get the best investment or residential property [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|Blog Posts, Buying Property|0 Comments

5 Things NOT TO DO WHEN NEGOTIATING in Sydney Real Estate

A lovely lady called Clara came to me a few weeks ago. She’d been looking for property for a few months. Clara had sold her Randwick home in December last year and was looking for a pad by the sea. By the time we chatted again she was moving closer to purchasing a property in [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|Blog Posts, Buying Property|0 Comments

Flint Property – Top 5 tips to add value to Sydney Property

Top 5 tips to add value to Sydney Property Adding value to a property can be one of the best ways to grow your investment whether it is something you live in or rent out.  Don’t be fooled by the shiny and new! There are many ways to add to a property’s value.  You just [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|Blog Posts, Buying Property, Property, Real Estate|0 Comments

A Look At The Importance Of Having A Buyer’s Agent

A Look At The Importance Of Having A Buyer’s Agent Purchasing real estate, whether it’s a home or investment property, is an exciting and important process. I have seen anxious buyers try to buy real estate on their own and some are still searching after 2 years – in Sydney real estate this has equated [...]

By | March 3rd, 2017|Blog Posts, Buying Property, Property, Real Estate|0 Comments

Investing In The Sydney Property Market

If you solely relied on statistics you would never buy into the Sydney property market. We see auction clearance rates stated for the entire city and the newspapers report Sydney wide prices as one entity. Boom or Bust, 50% decrease in Sydney property prices and so on…However if you discard Sydney because you are looking [...]

By | June 11th, 2016|Blog Posts, Buying Property|0 Comments

7 common mistakes Sydney property buyers make

7 common mistakes Sydney property buyers make Mistake #1 They don’t have time to tackle such a big decision Time is the new commodity. You can make more money but you can’t make more time. Searching and looking at property takes a lot of effort and time. Making sure everything is done with due diligence [...]

By | February 24th, 2016|Blog Posts, Buying Property, Property, Real Estate, Sell Property|0 Comments

Should I consider negatively gearing my next investment purchase?

Should I consider negatively gearing my next investment purchase? on December 7, 2015 Negative gearing is a practice where an investor borrows money to acquire an income-producing investment property. The expectation is the gross income generated by the investment is at least in the short term to be less that the cost of owning and managing [...]