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Hobart and Canberra Lead On Rental Growth
Posted on 19/04/2018 

Looking at rental growth and vacancy rates around the capital cities, shows Hobart and Canberra ahead.

Investor Focus Moves To Smaller Cities
Posted on 18/04/2018 

The new edition of Hotspotting's National Top 10 Best Buys highlights changes in markets nationwide as the attention switches to smaller cities.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 40: Cheaper areas showing best growth
Posted on 17/04/2018 

Terry explodes the real estate myth that you have to buy in the inner-city areas to get the best capital growth, demonstrating that it's the cheaper suburbs that are performing the best. 

Houses Keep Building Levels High
Posted on 12/04/2018 

New house building is keeping the level of dwelling construction high, despite the fall-off in the unit sector.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 39: Melbourne Outer Ring Growth
Posted on 10/04/2018 

Terry examines the extraordinary price growth in the outer ring suburbs of Melbourne in the past 12 months.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 38: Links between population, economy and property - April 2018
Posted on 5/04/2018 

How population growth and economic performance are closely linked to the performance of the local property market. 

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 37: Monthly Changes in Prices - March 2018
Posted on 27/03/2018 

Mainstream media has declared the end of the Melbourne boom a couple of times in the recent past: once in December 2016 and again June 2017. Both claims resulted from monthly price changes published by CoreLogic. And both times they were wrong. 

Population Pivotal For Economy And Property
Posted on 26/03/2018 

Population growth and economic performance are strongly linked, leading to outcomes in real estate markets.

Aussie Homes Now Worth $7 Trillion
Posted on 25/03/2018 

Hobart now leads on price growth, as home values rise to almost $7 trillion, according to the ABS.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 36: Growth data for four 5yr periods - March 2018
Posted on 20/03/2018 

Research on price growth over time often contradicts long-held beliefs about where you get the best growth.