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.

Brisbane Poised To Deliver On The Promise Seen By Analysts
Posted on 19/02/2018 

Will 2018 be the year in which Brisbane finally delivers on the potential many have perceived? 

The answer will depend on the condition of the state economy and government actions on infrastructure. 

Hotspotting Tips Feature In Money Magazine
Posted on 12/02/2018 

The Cover Story for the February edition of Money Magazine features Terry Ryder's analysis of property markets across Australia and his tips for 2018.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 31: Money Magazine & PPI
Posted on 12/02/2018 

On today's episode Terry discusses the cover story he wrote for the February edition of Money Magazine, which features the Top 50 Property Hotspots in the nation.

FHB Rise Confirmed By NAB Report
Posted on 12/02/2018 

First-time buyers are a dominant force in the property market, with the latest NAB survey confirming official data from the ABS.

Most Flippers Make A Profit – But There Are Dangers
Posted on 9/02/2018 

Around 90% of Australian who “flipped” properties last year sold for more than their previous purchase price, according to a new report.

RBA Move Irrelevant As Lenders Compete
Posted on 8/02/2018 

Lenders are competing strongly on mortgage interest rates, rendering the decisions of the Reserve Bank on the offical rate almost irrelevant.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 30: Price Predictor Index
Posted on 6/02/2018 

In this episode Terry examines the results from the latest edition of The Price Predictor Index

Terry's Take on the Perth Property Market
Posted on 1/02/2018 

A month ago I wrote in January edition of The Ryder Report: “The primary reason for the revival in the Perth property market is the recent improvement in the state economy” and presented some evidence to support that view.