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.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 35: Crime and Capital Growth
Posted on 13/03/2018 

On this episode Terry debunks the myth that problem areas with high crime rates have inferior price growth.

Housing Taxes Make Affordability Worse
Posted on 9/03/2018 

Housing affordability will not improve until the government burdens of delays and taxes are removed.

Cheaper Suburbs Excel On Capital Growth
Posted on 8/03/2018 

The cheaper areas of our major cities often excel on capital growth, overcoming the stigma of being "downmarket".

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 34: Article Highlights Media Misinformation
Posted on 7/03/2018 

On this podcast episode,  Terry examines the claims made in another example of a poorly researched and misleading media report about the property market, this time from the national publication The Australian.

Crime Areas Shine On Price Growth
Posted on 28/02/2018 

The widely-held perception that high crime areas have inferior capital growth has been challenged by new research.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 33: Long Term Price Growth
Posted on 27/02/2018 

In this episode Terry breaks down the research put together by Property Investment Professionals of Australia on long-term house price growth in the capital cities.   

Vacancies Fall As Uni Year Starts
Posted on 27/02/2018 

The start to a new year for workers and students has promoted a fall in vacancy rates in most cities.

How the capital cities rank on long-term capital growth
Posted on 22/02/2018 

Which capital city has achieved the highest capital growth in the past 15 years? The results of this research by PIPA will surprise many of you.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 32: Consistency Markets
Posted on 19/02/2018 

When investors are looking for good places to buy, consistency is a quality worth seeking. And the factor where consistency matters the most is in sales activity.