Lenders Cutting, RBA On Hold
Posted on 31/08/2017 

Lenders are cutting interest rates for owner-occupiers ahead of spring, while the RBA is tipped to keep the official rate unchanged for another 12 months.

Media Ignores Key Affordability Data
Posted on 29/08/2017 

Analysis of Census data shows affordability generally has improved in Australia, but media has ignored the report.

Unit Supply Set To Wind Back
Posted on 27/08/2017 

New research reports find unit supply levels remain high, especially in Sydney, but building is set to drop signficantly next year.

Tight Lending Rules May Ease Soon
Posted on 26/08/2017 

Lenders have tightened their criteria, especially for interest-only loans, but this is likely to be ease soon as banks meet APRA's 30% cap.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 10: Case Study - Get Ahead with the Price Predictor Index
Posted on 23/08/2017 

This episode we talk about one of the most popular Hotspotting reports the Price Predictor Index.

The index analyses sales in every Australian suburb or town. It finds the growth patterns - the places that will soon show price growth. It also finds markets that are going backwards – the ones to avoid. 

Melbourne, Canberra Lead Price Growth Tables
Posted on 18/08/2017 

Sydney has slipped down the growth rankings, according to two recent research reports, with Melbourne and Canberra now leading.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 9: Case Study - Top 5 Brisbane Hotspots Report
Posted on 17/08/2017 

Today we talk about the first stages in investing in real estate and how to use the data to make your house purchasing decisions by using reports such as the Top 5 Brisbane Hotspots from

Vacancies Remain Tight in Most Cities
Posted on 16/08/2017 

Rental vacancies remain low in most of the nation's capital cities. Even in Perth, the city with the highest vacancies, the trend is towards a tighter rental market.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 8: Getting Organised to Buy Property
Posted on 8/08/2017 

In today’s episode we chat about one of the biggest mistakes people make when purchasing property which is to not get organised before buying a property.

It’s important to follow a process when you’re purchasing property...and looking for the property is actually one of the last steps. It’s really important to follow a method to ensure you that the buying process is a successful one.

Here’s Why Consistency Counts In Property Markets
Posted on 7/08/2017 

Investors often chase boom-time growth but there’s a lot to be said for taking a safer route, buying in steady locations with consistent sales performance. We show how well this can work for investors.