Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 63 - Adelaide - Growth Market
Posted on 2/10/2018 

Why do Australian investors continues to under-rate the Adelaide property market?
Because they fail  to understand the improvements in the South Australian economy and the pipeline of major events which will drive demand for residential real estate.

Prices Up in 9 of 14 Major Markets
Posted on 1/10/2018 

Dwelling values have risen in nine of Australia’s 14 major markets in the past 12 months, according to the latest figures from CoreLogic.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 62 - The Ryder Report September 2018
Posted on 26/09/2018 

What's new in this month's Ryder Report? The events we look for to identify potential hotspots & key markers that predict property price growth. And so much more.

Most Remain Upbeat On Investing
Posted on 25/09/2018 

A new survey has found that the majority of property investors believe this year is a better year to be investing than last year.

Vacancy Rates Drop, With Rents Up
Posted on 20/09/2018 

Most capital cities have low or falling vacancy rates, according to the latest figures from SQM Research.

44,000 Jobs Created Through Strong Economy
Posted on 20/09/2018 

Jobs creation, on the back of a strong economic performance, increased more than twice the expected level in August, with total employment rising by 44,000 compared to July.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 61 - Indicators of Economic Growth
Posted on 18/09/2018 

Terry discusses some of the key indicators for economic growth.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 60 - 4 Markers Suggesting Price Growth
Posted on 12/09/2018 

Terry outlines four key markers that can indicate coming price growth.

Up To 45% Will Fix Loans
Posted on 11/09/2018 

Nearly half of mortgage holders in Queensland plan to fix their home loan in the next 12 months, amid the threat of more lenders lifting interest rates – while nationally 38% plan to fix.

Less Building May Lift Prices
Posted on 8/09/2018 

House prices are cooling in some sectors of the Sydney and Melbourne market, but could rise again as the pace of new home building slows, according to a new report.