Myths & pitfalls of first time investment
Posted on 25/02/2015 

Most investors never make it past one investment property. Indeed, the research indicates most Australians who buy an investment property no longer own that property - or any investment properties - within five years.

Abbott's foreign clamp-down will change little
Posted on 19/02/2015 

Tony Abbott is clamping down on foreign investors because this will somehow bring down the price of houses. It won't make a lick of difference, and here's why......

Mining towns are really struggling
Posted on 18/02/2015 

Mining towns and regional centres heavily reliant upon the resources sector are sick and dying, and here is why.

How to get creative with property investment
Posted on 13/02/2015 

Small development strategies can create considerable equity and passive income.

Economists and real estate just don't mix
Posted on 13/02/2015 

DESPERATELY SEEKING!!  An economist who understands residential real estate.

Logan City is SEQ's place to watch
Posted on 12/02/2015 

South East Queensland is hot property for 2015, but Logan City is coming up as the star performer.

The Hotspot Basic Formula
Posted on 9/02/2015 

Over many years of researching outperforming areas, the Hotspotting team has found that the common denominators of most good growth areas are affordable real estate, good infrastructure and proximity to major jobs nodes.

The anomaly of Cash Flow VS Capital Growth
Posted on 6/02/2015 

Investors shouldn't have to choose between their investment having good Cash Flow or good Capital Growth. The right property should provide both.

ABS Under estimates First Home Buyers
Posted on 6/02/2015 

Journalists and many others have been reporting incorrectly regarding First Home Buyers and how "The Great Australian Dream is Dead".  The Australian Bureau of Statistics that it has been grossly under-estimating the number of first-home buyers in the market.

First-time buyers 25% of the market: NAB
Posted on 28/01/2015 

A NAB survey adds to the mounting pile of evidence that ABS data on first-home buyers is wrong. First-time buyers are much more active in the market that ABS figures suggest.