APRA Scraps Its 10% Lending Limit
Posted on 26/04/2018 

The APRA cap limiting growth in investor lending to 10% a year has been removed, opening the way to stronger competition from lenders.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 41: Latest Edition of the Top 10 Best Buys report
Posted on 25/04/2018 

Terry explores the latest findings from the new edition of the National Top 10 Best Buys report

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. 

Regional NSW is the leading growth market right now
Posted on 3/04/2018 

Why regional NSW is the #1 growth area in Australian property right now

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.