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7 Common Mistakes Made By Investors
Posted on 13/09/2016 

Property investment can generate wealth but it can also lose money if people make fundamental mistakes. Here's how to avoid seven mistakes commonly made by investors.

Price Growth Pecking Order Changes
Posted on 8/09/2016 

Price growth in Sydney is now below that in Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Hobart, according to one research source.

Anomalies Dominate Price Stats For August
Posted on 5/09/2016 

Is it possible for prices to fall 15% in a single month, then rise 13% the following month? It is, according to much-quoted research icon CoreLogic RP Data.

Hobart Best, Perth Worst On Vacancies
Posted on 24/08/2016 

Most of the capital cities have low vacancy rates, headed by Hobart and Canberra. The situation for Perth, however, continues to worsen, with the vacancy rate now above 5%.

Price Stats Exposed As Dodgy Data
Posted on 19/08/2016 

The RBA has disregarded CoreLogic price data because it overstated Sydney growth. Our research shows that growth statistics are often rubbery figures.

Free Buyer Service Slammed As Misleading
Posted on 18/08/2016 

A new service which claims to provide a free service to buyers while being paid by vendors has been slammed as misleading.

Webinar on 7 Most Common Mistakes
Posted on 17/08/2016 

Leading buyers agent and author of the best-selling book "Property Prosperity", Miriam Sandkuhler, will be guest presenter at a free webinar hosted by Hotspotting on 31 August.

Most Want Stamp Duty Stamped Out
Posted on 11/08/2016 

A national survey finds most Australians think cutting stamp duty is the best way to help people into home ownership, rather than abolishing negative gearing.

RBA, PM Attack Banks Over Rates
Posted on 10/08/2016 

Very few lenders, large or small, have passed on the RBA's interest rate reduction in full. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Reserve Bank have criticised the major banks for their response.

Home-buyers Return to Market Dominance
Posted on 4/08/2016 

After several years of investor prominance in the nation's major markets, home-buyers are back in the driver's seat - which is good for market stability, according to Performance Property Advisory.