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Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 17: Real Estate Investment Mentoring
Posted on 16/10/2017 

Today we talk about taking advantage of mentoring when making your real estate investment decisions.

 
Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 16: Top 5 Boom Towns
Posted on 9/10/2017 

Today we chat about Hotspotting’s latest report - National Top 5 Boom Towns. Boom Towns are regional locations undergoing an economic surge from new infrastructure spending or major industrial projects.

Investors Bullish On Property Prospects
Posted on 1/10/2017 

A new survey finds most investors remain confident about buying real estate, with Brisbane top of the list of favoured locations.

Population Growth Climbs To New Levels
Posted on 1/10/2017 

Australia has recorded the fastest quarterly rise in its population in nine years. The steady pick-up in growth is bringing benefits to property and the home-building industry.

Rental Growth Lower Than Price Rises
Posted on 28/09/2017 

Most capital cities have rising residential rentals, but the growth in most cases is minor compared to movements in house prices.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 15: Infrastructure Part 2
Posted on 26/09/2017 

Today we chat more about Hotspotting’s latest report - Top 5 Supercharged Infrastructure Hotspots 2017 and some recent news articles to support the report findings.


Vacancy Rates Tight In Most Capital Cities
Posted on 24/09/2017 

Residential vacancies remain tight in the capital cities, with one or two exceptions, according to new rental data.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 14: Infrastructure Part 1
Posted on 21/09/2017 

Today we chat about Hotspotting’s latest report - Top 5 Supercharged Infrastructure Hotspots 2017.

Price Growth Ranking Order Changes
Posted on 17/09/2017 

Hobart and Canberra are rising, challenging Melbourne and Sydney on annual growth in house prices.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 13: Cheapies with Prospect
Posted on 12/09/2017 

Today we chat about the Cheapies with Prospect reports produced by the team at Hotspotting. Affordability is the market's key issue, placing increasing focus on the cheaper areas of our cities and regional areas.