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Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 18: Price Predictor Index - Spring Edition
Posted on 13/11/2017 

In today’s podcast, we analyse one of the latest Hotspotting reports released, the popular Price Predictor Index - Spring Edition 

 
Canberra, Hobart Tipped To Lead Growth
Posted on 29/10/2017 

The QBE Australian Housing Outlook report predicts moderate growth in most cities, led by Canberra and Hobart, but we think they're being too conservative.

Lots Get Smaller But Prices Rise
Posted on 28/10/2017 

Typical housing blocks are now under 500 square metres, but city land prices keep rising.

First-Time Buyers Remain Highly Active
Posted on 27/10/2017 

A third of all dwelling sales around Australia are being made to first-time buyers, contrary to "official" figures.

Building Falls As Constraints Bite
Posted on 22/10/2017 

Construction levels for new dwellings are falling and the HIA says constraints on investors are the cause.

Price Data Depicts Multiple Market Scenarios
Posted on 17/10/2017 

Data on annual price changes has Hobart leading, with Melbourne second, but depicts a variety of different scenarios in the major cities.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 17: Real Estate Investment Mentoring
Posted on 16/10/2017 

Today we talk about taking advantage of mentoring when making your real estate investment decisions.

 
Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 16: Top 5 Boom Towns
Posted on 9/10/2017 

Today we chat about Hotspotting’s latest report - National Top 5 Boom Towns. Boom Towns are regional locations undergoing an economic surge from new infrastructure spending or major industrial projects.

Investors Bullish On Property Prospects
Posted on 1/10/2017 

A new survey finds most investors remain confident about buying real estate, with Brisbane top of the list of favoured locations.

Population Growth Climbs To New Levels
Posted on 1/10/2017 

Australia has recorded the fastest quarterly rise in its population in nine years. The steady pick-up in growth is bringing benefits to property and the home-building industry.